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Wanting Sex Again: How to Rediscover Your Desire and Heal a Sexless Marriage

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“I never want to have sex again.”

If you feel like sex just isn’t worth the effort, you’re not alone. Forty million American women are frustrated by their lack of sexual passion. They know something’s missing—and their husbands know it, too—but the emotional, physical, and mental obstacles to healthy desire can be a knot that seems too tangled to unravel.

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Paperback, 384 pages
Published December 4th 2012 by Berkley
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Jan 01, 2013 rated it really liked it
This book is not something that I would typically pick up to read as one of my first choices but I thought I would give it a look. I am intrigued on learning on how to help improve myself and my relationship all the time. Not to say that I have a bad relationship with my husband but there is always room for improvement. Besides, I think of these types of books as not only self help books but as my own private sessions with a psychologist without the huge doctor bill and appointment waiting time. ...more
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Nov 10, 2012 rated it really liked it
I was fortunate to win the book through Goodreads First Reads. Though my first time reading a self-help book like this, I really enjoyed it. This is a great book for women in all stages of their marriages undergoing real-life dilemmas. Laurie delves into all types of topics including: newlyweds, childrearing years, aging, infidelity, and divorce.

At the end of each chapter she provides questions to ask oneself relating to the topics covered in that chapter. These questions are helpful to not onl
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A must read for couples that are caught in the speed of life. It really is important!
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I read this book because my husband wanted to “book club” read it with me, so we can try to work out what seems to be one of the biggest fights we constantly argue about. Yet as life gets busy, I push through because I can’t get myself to DNR a book, and he just forgets to read. There were some good things in the book that I could relate to, and I look forward to having my husband read in hopes he will fully see how they are explaining my feelings. Maybe he will get it? With the right mindset, I ...more
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Laurie Watson, author of Wanting Sex Again is an AASECT certified sex therapist and licensed couple’s therapist. Popular speaker, media personality, and educator, she lectures at Duke University's and UNC Chapel Hill's medical schools on sexuality, intimacy and relationships. After being in practice for over 23 years, she’s the clinical director for Awakenings – Center for Intimacy and Sexuality i ...more
“Sometimes, the medication that lifts depression also kills our drive and mutes our orgasms. So sex suffers either way: be happier on meds and feel dead “down there,” or be miserable because you can’t get out of bed much less want to get back in.” 0 likes
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