This is not your standard sex book. Sex therapist, sociologist, and Psychology Today contributor Dr. Marty Klein goes beyond the sex manuals to reveal how our mindsets during sex are more important than any tricks or techniquesand that the way to a healthier, more exciting, more fulfilling sex life lies in first developing our sexual intelligence. This book is the antidote to the many gimmick-oriented sex guides and manuals; Dr. Klein shows us how to reorient how we think about sex in order to experience a truly different way of being sexual.
Marty Klein is the Steve Jobs of sex advice. . . . Sexual Intelligence is a work of enormous wisdom and expansiveness, and will inspire readers, regardless of age, to realize their full sexual potential. Ian Kerner, best-selling author of She Comes First
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About the Author
Marty Klein, Ph.D. has been a licensed marriage and family therapist and certified sex therapist for more than thirty years. A former contributing editor to The New Physician, American Baby, and Modern Bride, he has written for Mademoiselle, Men’s Journal, Parents, and Playboy, as well as PsychologyToday.com and AlterNet.org. A sought-after lecturer and courtroom expert, Klein has been quoted in Newsweek, The New Yorker, and the New York Times. He has appeared on TV shows including 20/20, Nightline, and Penn & Teller. Klein lives in Palo Alto, California.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book could be helpful to people of any age. However, as one gets older, it provides a different way to look at our sexuality. It would help younger folks develop a healthier view of their sexuality as well. I would recommend this book to anyone, whether they think that they have an issue with their sexuality or not. It is very well written and easy to comprehend! Thanks Marty!!!
Good book with interesting views of how many of us can get hung up on what "normal" sex really means. The book wasn't quite what I expected, though, based on the title. There were some chapters that I could have done without, that dealt with pretty significant dysfunction and, dare I say, some sexual acts that most of society would likely view as "abnormal".