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Tell me what you want : the science of sexual desire and how it can help you improve your sex life

Author: Justin J Lehmiller
Publisher: Boston : Da Capo Lifelong Books, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"A leading expert on human sexuality and author of the blog Sex and Psychology offers an unprecedented look at sexual fantasy based on the most comprehensive, scientific survey ever undertaken. What do Americans really want when it comes to sex? And is it possible for us to get what we want? Justin J. Lehmiller, one of the country's leading experts on human sexuality and author of the popular blog Sex and
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Lehmiller, Justin J.
Tell me what you want.
Boston : Da Capo Lifelong Books, 2018
(DLC) 2017058621
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Justin J Lehmiller
ISBN: 9780738234977 0738234974 9780738235233 0738235237
OCLC Number: 1027729099
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Intro; TITLE PAGE; COPYRIGHT; TABLE OF CONTENTS; EPIGRAPH; PREFACE: Fantasy, Fear, and Freud; INTRODUCTION: The Largest Survey of Sexual Fantasies in America; CHAPTER 1: Tell Me What You Want, What You Really, Really Want How I Got More Than Four Thousand People to Open Up About Their Deepest Sexual Desires; CHAPTER 2: The Seven Most Common Sexual Fantasies in America If You're Turned On by Any of This, You're in Good Company; CHAPTER 3: Mars and Venus How Do Men's and Women's Sexual Fantasies Differ? CHAPTER 4: What Do Your Sexual Fantasies Say About You? The Fifteen Questions That Reveal Your Secret Sexual DesiresCHAPTER 5: Tell Me Who You Want Who Are We Fantasizing About? How Do We See Ourselves in Our Fantasies? And What Does It All Mean?; CHAPTER 6: Can Science Save Your Sex Life? The Benefits of Getting in Touch with Your Deepest Sexual Desires; CHAPTER 7: Visiting Fantasy Island How Do You Turn Your Fantasy into Reality?; CHAPTER 8: The Path to Healthier Sex and Relationships How to Break the Barriers That Prevent Us from Communicating About Our Desires; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. ALSO BY JUSTIN J. LEHMILLERNOTES; INDEX.
Responsibility: by Justin J. Lehmiller, Ph. D.

Abstract:

"A leading expert on human sexuality and author of the blog Sex and Psychology offers an unprecedented look at sexual fantasy based on the most comprehensive, scientific survey ever undertaken. What do Americans really want when it comes to sex? And is it possible for us to get what we want? Justin J. Lehmiller, one of the country's leading experts on human sexuality and author of the popular blog Sex and Psychology, has made it his career's ambition to answer these questions. He recently concluded the largest and most comprehensive scientific survey of Americans' sexual fantasies ever undertaken, a monumental two-year study involving more than 4,000 Americans from all walks of life, answering questions of unusual scope. Based on this study, Tell Me What You Want offers an unprecedented look into our fantasy worlds and what they reveal about us. It helps readers to better understand their own sexual desires and how to attain them within their relationships, but also to appreciate why the desires of their partners may be so incredibly different. If we only better understood the incredible diversity of human sexual desire and why this diversity exists in the first place, we would experience less distress, anxiety, and shame about our own sexual fantasies and better understand why our partners often have sexual proclivities that are so different from our own. Ultimately, this book will help readers to enhance their sex lives and to maintain more satisfying relationships and marriages in the future by breaking down barriers to discussing sexual fantasies and allowing them to become a part of readers' sexual realities"--

"What do Americans really want when it comes to sex? And is it possible for us to get what we want? Justin J. Lehmiller, one of the country's leading experts on human sexuality and author of the popular blog Sex and Psychology, has made it his career's ambition to answer these questions. He recently concluded the largest and most comprehensive scientific survey of Americans' sexual fantasies ever undertaken, a monumental two-year study involving more than 4,000 Americans from all walks of life, answering questions of unusual scope. Based on this study, Tell Me What You Want offers an unprecedented look into our fantasy worlds and what they reveal about us. It helps readers to better understand their own sexual desires and how to attain them within their relationships, but also to appreciate why the desires of their partners may be so incredibly different. If we only better understood the incredible diversity of human sexual desire and why this diversity exists in the first place, we would experience less distress, anxiety, and shame about our own sexual fantasies and better understand why our partners often have sexual proclivities that are so different from our own. Ultimately, this book will help readers to enhance their sex lives and to maintain more satisfying relationships and marriages in the future by breaking down barriers to discussing sexual fantasies and allowing them to become a part of readers' sexual realities"--

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