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Sheet Music: Uncovering the Secrets of Sexual Intimacy in Marriage

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

'Sheet Music' Rocks!!!!

Again, Dr. Leman excells at what he does best in conveying God's Truth in a concise and humerous way!! My husband and I are a part of a Marriage Mentor's team with our local church and we have strongly endorsed this book to other couples and also as a wedding gift to t...
Again, Dr. Leman excells at what he does best in conveying God's Truth in a concise and humerous way!! My husband and I are a part of a Marriage Mentor's team with our local church and we have strongly endorsed this book to other couples and also as a wedding gift to those getting married!! I wish these types of resourches would have been available to us when we were married back in the '60's!!!

posted by Anonymous on January 11, 2004

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6 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

Not worth the price unless you're a frigid 1950's housewife.

I understand the point in this book. It's for sexually repressed couples who need to understand that sex is good, part of God's gift to us, and shouldn't be withheld from one another. Basically, the bulk of the book is this : men, be nice to your wives and help with hou...
I understand the point in this book. It's for sexually repressed couples who need to understand that sex is good, part of God's gift to us, and shouldn't be withheld from one another. Basically, the bulk of the book is this : men, be nice to your wives and help with housework. women, have sex with your husbands. If you're a young couple in today's world, chances are you already know plenty about sex and are not nearly as likely to be the cold, repressed, sexually void people he seems obsessed with in this book. I am a wife who loves sex and there was absolutely nothing in here I didn't already know. It all reads like something out of 1950 and was far too short of a book for the price.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2011

    Not worth the price unless you're a frigid 1950's housewife.

    I understand the point in this book. It's for sexually repressed couples who need to understand that sex is good, part of God's gift to us, and shouldn't be withheld from one another. Basically, the bulk of the book is this : men, be nice to your wives and help with housework. women, have sex with your husbands. If you're a young couple in today's world, chances are you already know plenty about sex and are not nearly as likely to be the cold, repressed, sexually void people he seems obsessed with in this book. I am a wife who loves sex and there was absolutely nothing in here I didn't already know. It all reads like something out of 1950 and was far too short of a book for the price.

    6 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 12, 2011

    the good and the bad...

    As the author of The Birth Order Book, and What Your Childhood Memories Say about You, among other books, and as an occasional guest on popular TV and radio shows, Dr. Kevin Leman is a well-known name to some, especially in Christian circles. Dr. Leman makes it apparent in the first chapter that he is writing specifically for those with Christian values (for example, Leman repeatedly cautions against intimacy before marriage and describes intimacy as designed by God for marriage) but that is not to say that others with similar value systems may not also find the book useful.

    The easy-to-read, conversational writing style paired with the straightforward and-some might say-feisty tone made the book a quick read. Dr. Leman uses appropriate terms for genitals and does not avoid using proper terms when writing practically about these subjects but uses a number of euphemisms when writing more light-heartedly about ideas to set the mood, for example. In many cases his use of language is appropriate for the tone of the section, but I found his repeated reference to male genitals as "Mr. Happy" overused.

    Continue reading my full review at: cjmtherapy com/blog/114-review-of-sheet-music-by-kevin-leman

    4 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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