Let me start by saying there is plenty of sexual and erotic content in this book – of many types. Whether its orgasms, spanking, or even raspberries – you’ll have to read it to find out about that. But – anyone who said this book is only about sex, and maybe types of sex that make your uncomfortable, missed the point of the book in my opinion.
The author is a woman who is like many of us – she has battled her weight her entire life, she has people around her who mention he weight in a negative way, she’s married to the man she fell in love with years earlier, she’s only had sex with him, she has a career that she is very proud of – but there’s something missing.
Actually, maybe I should say there are some things she needs to get rid of. You know what I mean – that baggage of uncertainty that we carry around about our weight, our appearance, those nagging doubts that challenge our self-confidence and there are also her best friends who are looking for more sexual fulfillment in a variety of way. But the book still isn’t all about sex.
If you think the book is just about sex – go back and re-read the second paragraph on page 106. For those of you who haven’t read it yet – “My sister Nadine didn’t get it. Not really. I thought I’d been so clear about what my work with Markus meant to me, how many old injuries I was finally understanding and repairing. I’d explained how embracing my sexual, sensual side was making me whole in ways that no other therapy had been able to achieve.”
Ladies – and the men and women who love them – if you know and love a woman who has these negative thoughts and past hurts that need to heal, you should get this book for her. I was in a similar place as the author – a couple of years ago – and while my love coaching training was the catalyst for my journey to self-discovery, it also gave me a much more positive outlook on life and made me feel whole for the first time.
Did I mention that this self-discovery is also a fantastic way to get in touch with your sexual, sensual side? That doesn’t mean you have to do things sexually that don’t appeal to you and it doesn’t mean that you forget your current partner and relationship. But you can feel good about you – the mother, wife, daughter, and the sexual woman that may be buried deep inside.
The final thought I want to share is that however you take your personal “shameless” journey – read this book, understand the deeper message and do this for yourself. Like the commercial says – “You’re worth it”.
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