Many fail to see the importance of sexual health in a loving relationship and those that do may turn to Oral Sex to enhance the way they interact with their partner, but perhaps rather than getting down to doing it they should first concentrate on something much more important. There are many books that will claim to instruct on how to perform oral sex properly, but this particular one is a little different.
Written by Doctors Jordan Paul and Brenda Freshman, their book on ORAL SEX hopes to teach couples how to listen and talk their way to greater intimacy and in turn, the best sex of their lives.
While this book’s title is somewhat misleading, the lessons learned are a lot more important than simple instructions on the different forms of oral sex. Yeah I know that some of you would like to know how to pleasure your partner using oral sex, but let’s leave that for another post.
There are a few reviews of this book, and one of the best I’ve come across was written by Nonie, of which this is a small excerpt.
The first chapter, “Having a Heart On” is all about the Heart Connection. Within this chapter they include everything with regards to having the “Light On” for both of you to connect and also what happens when the “Light Is Off” and the disconnection that will follow. During the time that your heart wavers from on to off, you realize that one main feeling courses through you; Fear. Through learning from exercises of compassionate listening and taking on personal responsibility you will see how you can take action to return to your heart.
Within Chapter 2, “The Nuts and Bolts of Holistic Sex”, you will find how the body, mind and spirit intertwine together to make sex the most intimate experience ever. Here each segment will be broken down so that the reader can grasp how each part, whether it be the body (scientifically and physically), mind (beliefs of masculinity and femininity) or spirit (living in the present) is shown by example within a quote or testimony.
Chapter 3, “Oral Sex for Fun, Pleasure and Healing”, brings communication to the front, and shows how it can be expressed in so many great ways. Having fun means going back to the basics and using what we all have within ourselves to “pleasure” oneself.