The 13 Essential Keys
April 30, Lake Tahoe, California: After years of research, two California psychologists/sex therapists published their findings about the connection between intimacy and red hot sex. So naturally they called their acclaimed relationship playbook "Hotter Sex, Deeper Love: A Couples Guide To Ultimate Intimacy For The New Millennium."
The authors, Dr. Jeffre TallTrees and Orv. Fry, provide convincing proof that anyone can learn to open their heart and supercharge their sex life by following the directions in their new volume.
Dr. TallTrees says... "My playbook will teach you to love yourself and your partner as you never dreamed possible. It's about the inter-play of physical and emotional intimacy. I believe you can't separate the forms of intimacy because we each express our love and playfulness through our sexuality. Our sexual nature is at our very core. It is at the root of who we are."
And that's not all. In their 254-page playbook, the authors reveal how to use the 13 keys to transforming intimate relationships. They back them up with the 41 juicy heart-centered exercises they teach couples to use in the privacy of their own bedrooms.
Dr. TallTrees says... "My ebook takes you step-by-step through processes you can use to reach this very expanded way of being with one another. Over 40 practices take you to places you've never been before, places of love and freedom."
The 13 Keys their book is based on are...
1. Open, Clear Communication (see Chapter 3)
2. Intimacy (see Chapter 5)
3. Strokes-Support (see Chapter 6)
4. Giving Your Relationship and Sexuality Top Priority (see Chapter 8)
5. Honoring The Self (see Chapter 2)
6. Addressing Anger, Resentments, & Withholds In A Timely Way (see Chapter 11)
7. Staying In Love (see Chapter 2)
8. Maintaining Your Physical Body (Your Temple) (see Chapter 9)
9. Permission And Acceptance (see Chapter 19)
10. Risking And Courage (see Chapter 5)
11. Play-Full-Ness (see Chapter 23)
12. Spirituality (see Chapter 24)
13. Honoring And Celebrating The Relationship (see Chapter 8)