The Art of Touching A Woman

The Art of Touching A Woman

by Robin Austin Reed
The Art of Touching A Woman

The Art of Touching A Woman

by Robin Austin Reed


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The Art of Touching a Woman removes the many misconceptions that hurt men in their pursuit of women. Whether you're looking for the love of your life or to deepen existing business and social relationships, this book will help you with simple and easy to follow steps.Readers will learn how to: create intimacy, understand touch barriers, become more emotionally available, improve personal energy, and develop the self-confidence women love.From the categories of women, their psychology, good manners, and tactile techniques for a wide variety of body parts; this is the ultimate guide for the man who wants to make the right impression and avoid the pitfalls of trial and error.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781494329020
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/30/2013
Series: The Gentleman , #1
Pages: 198
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.45(d)

About the Author

Robin has been in the sales & marketing world for 20+ years and has coached hundreds of people into better ways to deliver their message and help their clients.

With a background in ministry and philosophy, Robin spent 30 years struggling with the pillars of Religion. Finally breaking free, he questions the "normal" to now be considered an evocative (and sometimes controversial) thought leader. Pushing the limits of society and culture, Robin guides others to find their own freedom in a life of self empowered creation, partnered with deep resonance to live with originality.

Robin's passion is in seeing strong masculinity meet the opposite world of radically elegant femininity. Coaching self development, personal energy and the breaking away from limiting beliefs, Robin works with his students and clients to create pure and honest alliances for personal and business relationships.
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