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Hey, what do you have a hold of, man? Yes, yes you should start at the fl ipside of this book, for you are here, a married man, atop anniversaries with your true love. Are you ready, having been through all this before, to once again tread the unbeaten path to marital bliss? You are about to delve into the most cryptic corners of your sexual psyche, perhaps a deniable venture, diffi cult to confront, because owning up to raw desires and true feelings may conjure immense, emotional hurdles. Odd as it may seem, all this happening, after you’ve taken the committed, marital plunge! All those months, years of courtship, trick is the marriage, true love, eh my dear husband? In their own subtle, mysterious way, wives convey to you daily, of their wants, needs, preferences, dislikes, demands, desires and/or lack of desires, that is, lack of sexual desire! Acceptability becomes the pattern. Mr. Galatoboureko does not enjoy seeing you in an emotional void and the emptiness it creates in anyone’s committed, lifelong relationship, not deserving toward either sex. This truly bothers Stephoonus G, he has a sincere empathy for you. Following his years of mental suffering, lustful errors, poor decisions and the pain they cause, he has become a proponent of fulfi lling, highly charged sexual monogamy! In a sincere marriage of mutual love and desire! In the Creeping Hand Book, Men, he reveals for the fi rst and perhaps only time, the deepest, untold, yet attainable secrets of the sexual psyche, mind and fl esh. This mesmerizing, almost mystical volume beckons the reader to relish his instinctive sexual needs, with dignity and forthrightness never plotted in any marriage manual. Mr. Galaoboureko views marriage as a union of hearts and souls, asking that no couple shelve the best years of their sexual lives. It may seem, at times, Mr. Galatoboureko stretches the realms of marital expectations, but he would never lie to you. He asks that you journey with him, bearing through his quirks and whims, even some rants and raves, as in a marriage, you must take the bitter with the sweet!