Self Sexual Healing

Overview

Self Sexual Healing shows that individuals are responsible for their own sexual fulfillment and that one does not need a partner to have a good sex life. Through a combination of ancient wisdom, modern psychology, relaxation and energizing techniques, sex therapist Jo-Anne Baker explains how to overcome sexual blocks, fears, and inhibitions forever. The book answers such questions as: Where is the G Spot? What are the best sex toys to use? How important is masturbation? This book gives advice on how to become the...

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Overview

Self Sexual Healing shows that individuals are responsible for their own sexual fulfillment and that one does not need a partner to have a good sex life. Through a combination of ancient wisdom, modern psychology, relaxation and energizing techniques, sex therapist Jo-Anne Baker explains how to overcome sexual blocks, fears, and inhibitions forever. The book answers such questions as: Where is the G Spot? What are the best sex toys to use? How important is masturbation? This book gives advice on how to become the sexually fulfilled person everyone deserves to be, regardless of age, gender, orientation, or relationship status-sexuality is a lifelong adventure, one that can be fun and dynamic.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781901250671
  • Publisher: Vision
  • Publication date: 8/22/2001
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 1,369,607
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Jo-Anne Baker is one of Australia’s leading sex entrepreneurs and has worked in the area of sexuality since 1990 as a sex therapist.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements 1
Foreword 3
Introduction 5
How to use this book 6
Searching for sexual wholeness 7
1 You Can Go Home Again 13
Adolescence and beyond 19
Healing past traumas 22
Creating healthy boundaries 23
2 Gone with the Pain 27
Getting in touch with your body 36
Turning yourself on 42
3 Knock, Knock, Knocking on Pleasure's Door 59
Workshopping more pleasure 62
Exhibitionism and the exotic erotic 68
The art of relaxation 78
4 In the Home of the Senses: Intergrating New Ways of Being into Everday Life 89
Childhood conditioning 92
Desires and fears 94
Panic attacks 100
Being at home with yourself 105
Self-esteem 109
5 Mates in Heaven: Intimacy for Couples 115
Communication, forgiveness and trust 118
Creating emotional and physical intimacy 125
Erotic genital massage 127
6 Pleasurespotting: Answers to the Most Commonly Asked Sexual Questions 145
Women's sexual pleasure 145
Men's sexual pleasure 157
Pleasure for all 166
Sexual challenges: dealing with a disability 171
7 Sensational Sex: How to Spice up your Sex Life 175
Striptease 175
Fun with fantasy 182
Sensory deprivation 190
Domination and submission for beginners 192
References and Further Resources 197
Books 197
Videos 200
Interviews 201
Sexual products and courses 202
Index 205
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