Friday, May 6, 2011
'He Said/She Said': Quite the Help Between the Sheets (Guest Post)
Anyone who has been in a relationship with the opposite sex knows that it's not always the easiest thing in the world. Men and women are different: They communicate differently, and most of the time, they want different things. Especially in the bedroom.
Liberty Kontranowski's He Said/She Said: What Men and Women Really Want in the Bedroom delves into the contrasting views and desires of men and women. But the author's a woman, you might be thinking. How can she speak for men? It's quite simple. Kontranowski interviewed nearly two dozen couples and sex experts to get both sides of the story.
Those couples are just like the rest of the world, facing the same obstacles and issues as the rest of us. And those sexual experts has experienced thousands of hours of couples therapy, so they know how men and women work when it comes to sex.
The eBook is filled with loads of tips and pieces of advice for both men and women to take into consideration. However, the one "rule" that stays true across the board is the Golden Rule: treat others how you would want to be treated. This leaks to situations outside the bedroom, meaning that we should show our partners how much we appreciate them, just as we would want to be appreciated and encouraged.
While He Said/She Said may at first seem like just another self-help book with a cheap price tag, it's actually much more than that. It takes a wealth of information and lays it out there so that any and all of us can understand it.
Katrina Robinson is a freelance writer and editor based in Charleston, South Carolina. She writes for edrugstore.md about a wide variety of topics including relationships, and health. Visit the Dating Coaches Section for Podcast Interviews of Certified Experts giving relationship advice.(Picture Credit: Amazon.com, Examiner.com)