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Bringing back the spark
Good books about bringing back the spark (Written by Yvonne K. Fulbright,
As a 40 year old individual who celebrated his 20th
wedding anniversary I would like to know is there a good book you would
recommend to bring back the spark in our bedroom. I have noticed over the years
the interest has dropped and I often find myself falling into the same old
routine. I would welcome any suggestions you have to “fix” this problem. I
have seen many ads for books and videos that are supposed to educate and stir up
some lost and forgotten bedroom antics. We are very traditional, even
conservative, but that doesn’t stop me from generating a strong desire to show
my wife my passion and love for her, in ways that will rock her world.
Please respond. Sincerely, 40 and Rigid
40 & Rigid,
You have a wealth of sexuality books to choose from, whether at your local
bookstore or on-line, e.g., at http://www.howtohavegoodsex.com/books.htm
A good resource really depends on what you’re after. Most of the books
out there are on specific topics that could help spice up your sex life, like
female fantasies, G-spot stimulation, games you can play, etc… You and your
wife should make a special trip to a bookstore, or just hop on-line together, to
see what appeals to you.
If you’re after books that cover all aspects of sex, check out Dr. Miriam
Stoppard’s “The Magic of Sex,” Dr. Alex Comfort’s “Joy of Sex”
books, or Dr. Ruth’s “Sex for Dummies.”
are also plenty of books on Tantric sex, which may be just what you and your
wife need as far as developing greater intimacy, while exploring new sexual
boundaries. Margo Anand is a Tantric expert who has written “The Art of
On the whole, when looking at sexuality books, I would recommend sticking with
the experts those individuals who have had special training in
sexuality/sexual health. I am wary of and concerned about writers and
journalists who give sex advice, yet have had no formal training in the field.
So look for books written by people with sex education/sexual health, sex
therapy/counseling, or medical training.
Yvonne K. Fulbright, MS.Ed.