"For decades, researchers like me have been studying what makes relationships healthy and what makes them dysfunctional.
I wrote the book to emphasize the empirical findings on romantic relationships." Great Myths of Intimate Relationships: Dating, Sex, and Marriage was published by Wiley-Blackwell in May 2016.
The book is intriguing, regardless if one agrees or disagrees with his conclusions, and devilishly appealing for all those interested in expanding their sexual enlightenment.
My list of must-read books is endless, unfortunately my editor it tight on Teesha-talk-time, and my allotted writing space limited. over and over and over again (insert wink and sexual innuendo).
You want a stronger, more intimate relationship with your spouse, but you are short on time.
Or maybe you date your spouse regularly, but date night has become mundane, and you don’t know how to spice it up. She loves her husband deeply and is passionate about building stronger marriage through spending quality time together.
” Valid question and kind of funny; we sort of agree!