Men’s Sexual Health is a breakthrough book about vital and satisfying male sexuality. It presents a new model of male and couple sexuality, which establishes positive, realistic expectations of pleasure and satisfaction, as opposed to the self-defeating traditional demand for perfect intercourse performance.
Men and couples who adopt this approach will enjoy sexuality throughout the lifespan. The authors introduce the new “smart thinking,” focused on an integration of mind and body, which confronts the myths and misunderstandings which limit male sexual growth. The book will help men and women understand how to pursue sexual and relational health, overcome sexual problems, with the goal of greater acceptance and satisfaction.
The book advocates for positive, realistic Good-Enough Sex which will significantly enhance male and couple sexual satisfaction.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||700 KB|
About the Author
Barry McCarthy, Ph.D. practices at the Washington Psychological Center, is a professor of psychology at American University, has written over 65 professional articles and 16 book chapters, co-authored 11 books for the lay public, and presented over 200 workshops nationally and internationally.
Michael Metz, Ph.D. practices at Meta Associates in St. Paul, Minnesota, is an adjunct professor of family medicine at the University of Minneapolis, has written over 65 professional publications, and has presented over 100 workshops nationally and internationally.