In New Book ‘Sexual Intelligence’ Sex Therapist Marty Klein Explains the Key to Improving Intimate Relationships and Sexual Satisfaction

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 07, 2012

Marty Klein, Ph.D. has spent the last three decades working with couples and individuals on improving their sex lives and relationships. As a certified sex therapist and sex educator, marriage and family therapist and sociologist, he has heard almost every sexual story, desire, fantasy, and secret, and helped thousands of people break down barriers and find the keys to genuine sexual satisfaction. Now he brings his years of research and experience to a groundbreaking new book, SEXUAL INTELLIGENCE: What We Really Want from Sexand How to Get It (HarperOne; February 2012; Hardcover; $ 25.99).

Dr. Klein reveals that how we think about sex is the primary factor that determines the quality of our sex lives and intimate relationships. More than any tips or techniques, the key to fulfilling sex is what Dr. Klein calls sexual intelligence. In this transformative approach to improving and understanding our sex lives, Dr. Klein identifies the three components of sexual intelligence: the brain (information and knowledge), the heart (emotional skills), and the body (physical awareness and comfort). He reveals how understanding, enhancing, and using these personal assets can help couples and individuals set aside the heavy burdens often placed on sex, as they create more positive outcomes, including:


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