Sex, Love and Laughter

$192.00

Ami Rokach, PhD
Department of Psychology, The Center for Academic Studies, Israel and York University, Canada

Series: The World of Psychology: Therapeutic, Relational, Teaching
BISAC: PSY016000

Sex, Love and Laughter was written by two experts in the field, and as its name implies, the book discusses sexuality, relationships and love in a lighthearted fashion. The book is composed of descriptions of our emotional, psychological and physical functioning which affect sexuality. Theoretical descriptions, questions that we are frequently asked along with the answers we provide, as well as tips about sexuality, sexual practices and intimate relationships are described in everyday language peppered by humorous stories and accounts from our clinical practices, relevant jokes, and ‘pearls’ uttered by public figures.

This comprehensive, easy to understand, yet humorously written book addresses healthy and dysfunctional relationships, fulfilling sex, and unsatisfying sexual escapades. It can be read for learning, enriching good relationships, learning new things about sex, its humor, and getting a behind-the-door look at what actually happens in a sexual therapist’s office. It’s a riveting look at what people like, dislike and request as far as sex and love are concerned. Some of the topics include such sections on: the beauty and pain of love; love, sex and what’s between them; sterile sex; men and women; many ways to enjoy sex – frontal, back door, orally and manually; GPS to the G Spot; sex in later years; and the pathway to love and laughter.
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Table of Contents

Introduction

Preface

1. A Brief History of Sex

2. Man and Woman, Every Pot has It’s Lid?

3. Shorts in Communication

4. Sex and Differences Between the Sexes

5. Sorry, Not Today. I Have a Date with my Husband

6. Going for it

7. The Back Door

8. The One that Rises and the One that Subsides

9. Sexual Dysfunctions

10. Sex Aids and Toys

11. Everything Else

Index


The book is written in everyday language for the general public, those who attend sex or couple therapy, and couples who are starting their sexual journey together.

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