Now she wants to help you keep things spicy and fresh between the sheets. Are you in need of an intimacy intervention? Just ask Abiola! Dear Abiola, Men only want me for sex. What is wrong with me? I know my self worth and I love me some me.
A different kind of intimacy this author wouldn't understand. This book made me annoyed and sad and tired because it perpetuates the gendered stereotypes of women not liking sex and men not liking intimacy. As if sex is something we need to use at the same time as a bargaining chip to get the other and not something we a minute ago enjoy doing or that it's achievable to enjoy them alone, together after that with different people. I suppose at the same time as a bisexual women I also have to to set aside for a flash that this only focuses on label straight relationships but as someone who grew up on a social accommodation estate with a complex community after that family, I can't set aside so as to this is only relatable to ashen middle class America and maybe not even then. I get the brand the author came with her accept women are from Venus, men are from Mars biases, gathered up examples from her white middle-America patients who of course can afford therapy after that started making wild extrapolations on everyone's relationships. She sets aside that femininity and intimacy have different meanings all the rage different cultures, that Freud was abuse not everything in sex is a propos your mother or father and of course that even within straight relationships different dynamics exist.