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by Jill Blakeway

eBook Sex Again: Recharging Your Libido download ISBN: 076117169X
Author: Jill Blakeway
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company (January 1, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 304
ePub: 1379 kb
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Rating: 4.1
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Category: Health and Diets
Subcategory: Psychology and Counseling

Jill Blakeway, LAc, coauthor of Making Babies, makes regular appearances on television (The Early Show, Fox News . This is a great book, if your main problem is you libido. If you are having other problems in your marriage or partnership than this book probably won't help you.

Jill Blakeway, LAc, coauthor of Making Babies, makes regular appearances on television (The Early Show, Fox News, CNN) and radio (Sirius, Martha Stewart). Founder of New York’s YinOva center, she is a licensed and board-certified acupuncturist, clinical herbalist, author, and speaker. She lives with her husband in New York City and upstate New York.

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Sex Again Recharging Your Libido by Jill Blakeway and Publisher Workman Publishing Company. Recharging Your Libido. This book's format is not supported currently, please contact the publisher. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9780761175094, 0761175091. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9780761171690, 076117169X. Publisher: Workman Publishing Company. Print ISBN: 9780761171690, 076117169X.

Jill Blakeway has a Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and is a licensed and board certified acupuncturist and clinical herbalist he intuitive way she practices energy medicine and for her ability to combine an ancient, and mystical practice, with modern.

Jill Blakeway has a Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and is a licensed and board certified acupuncturist and clinical herbalist he intuitive way she practices energy medicine and for her ability to combine an ancient, and mystical practice, with modern biomedicine. Jill is a Professor of Traditional Chinese Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine where she teaches Gynecology and Obstetrics in the Doctoral Program.

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Jill Blakeway's previous book Making Babies topped The New York Times bestseller list, prompting the publication to dub her a "fertility goddess. For her next book, Blakeway sets her sights on sex, pairing Eastern wisdom with the clinical perspective of the West in her quest to reignite libidos worldwide. The book also includes a six-week program to revitalize your sex life,.

Sex Again: Recharging Your Libido: Jill Blakeway - Books

Sex Again: Recharging Your Libido: Jill Blakeway - Books.

She is also the author of Sex Again: Recharging Your Libido, and the author of the new book Energy Medicine.

Jill Blakeway is the founder and director of The YinOva Center in New York City and the coauthor of the bestselling Making Babies: A Proven 3 Month Program for Maximum Fertility. She is also the author of Sex Again: Recharging Your Libido, and the author of the new book Energy Medicine. She's also the host of CBS Radio’s popular weekly podcast, Grow, Cook, Heal. Blakeway teaches gynecology and obstetrics at the Doctoral Program at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego and Chicago and founded the acupuncture program at NYC Lutheran Medical Center.

L. A. is a licensed and board certified acupuncturist and clinical herbalist. She is the founder of the YinOva Center in New York City. She is the author of the book Sex Again: Recharging Your Libido, and the co-author of Making Babies: A Proven 3-Month Program for Maximum Fertility and of The Fertility Plan with reproductive endocrinologist Dr. Sami David. Blakeway teaches gynecology and obstetrics in the Doctoral Program at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego

Despite what you see on movies and TV, Americans have less sex than people in any other country. One in three women, of all ages, reports a lack of interest in sex, and more than 40 million Americans in relationships are having no sex at all. But rather than feeling complacent about it, most couples would like to have that interest back. The desire for desire is a feeling few women forget—or abandon.Combining Eastern wisdom and techniques with a Western medical perspective, Jill Blakeway—called a “fertility goddess” by The New York Times for her bestseller, Making Babies—shows women how to revive their libidos and rekindle their sex lives. Assessments and quizzes help the reader place herself and her partner on the scale of yin and yang. Jill then shows how to keep these opposites—passive/active, accepting/initiating, cool/hot—in correct balance. Specific meditations and breathing techniques help unblock qi (pronounced chee), the essential energy that flows through the body. There are chapters on specific elements of love-making: massage, kissing, positions, orgasms—having them, holding them, making them last. And finally, “Sex in Six,” a six-week program of reclaiming an active, satisfying, and possibly better-than-ever-before sex life.The book is full of case studies, fun “Do It Now” suggestions, and “He Said” boxes written by the author’s husband and medical partner, Noah Rubinstein. It addresses common sexual dysfunctions, healthy hormones, and herbal remedies. Sex Again provides a path to balance and emotional wisdom—individually and as a couple.
Comments: (7)
ndup
When my husband gave this to me I was at first very defensive. I figured I had nothing to lose so we both read the book together and took the online questionnaire(s) and took notes. After reading each night we would discuss what we read and then challenged each other to practice what we had just read. I was embarrassed reading the book because it seemed like every sentence in the book has the word 'sex' in it, and I am not used to saying that word out loud. But reading it with my husband out loud helped a lot and I eventually got over it.

The book discusses why sex may lose priority in ones life, what one may do in order to get the sexiness back, and then there is the 'sex in six' program which whether or not it works for you is SUPER FUN. It worked/is working for me and my husband and our relationship has only become more stronger. More sex in marriage is fine and all, but the deeper connection my husband and I now have through reading this book together is priceless.

This is a book everyone should read. Single or especially if you're married (i.e. in a long-term relationship). Women, or especially if you're a Man. My husband learned a lot and I am reaping the rewards from this new knowledge every time we have sex.
MarF
this book is actually helping me. I have sex related ptsd which i have been trying to treat for about two years. now that i am beginning to heal, i find this book to be an excellent resource in addition to my other therapies. very holistic. meditation, breathing, visualizations, self-awareness, partner excercises, etc.
Bil
Thought this was a good book to revisit the spiritual side of sexuality. Jill does a good job of guiding the reader through the Yin and the Yang with some good exercises to help both women and men re-ignite their sexuality. Now, if I could just get my girl to read it....
RUL
Good book for married couples if you have open communication and appreciate eastern medicine. Easy to read and many great ideas to help you work on yourself as a whole. Worked for us.
Zeleence
Great for the fifty-plus woman who's starting her sex life over with a new man. Reassuring text can be read in bite-sized bits.
Landarn
I wanted more information seen the title thought it would help and I was right very easy to read and infirmative
ℓo√ﻉ
This is a great book, if your main problem is you libido. If you are having other problems in your marriage or partnership than this book probably won't help you. Although this book has a lot of meditating exercises in it, the overall concepts are great.
I am not quite finished reading the book, but it makes sense so far. I find it easy to understans.