Most of us long for intimate relationships, and though texting and emailing may keep us superficially connected, it ultimately cannot create the kind of intimacy necessary to sustain a deep, fulfilling, and lasting partnership. With the divorce rate reaching a staggering 50 percent in 2013 and the breakup rate among unmarried long-term couples even higher, it appears that the more we tweet, the more disconnected we become. So many of us believe that new is better, hotter, and more intense, but love at first sight isn't really love, it's chemistry. Developing the connections and intimacy that everyone craves takes time and skill. In Partners in Passion, Michaels and Johnson provide readers with a fun, step-by-step guide to discovering true, loving, and romantically sexual relationships that will last for decades. Comprehensive and inclusive, Partners in Passion is original and provocative, drawing on a variety of sources: cutting-edge science, psychology, the authors' background in tantra, and personal experiences as teachers and as a couple. Partners in Passion invites couples to design their relationships and to choose consciously, and is replete with how-to suggestions and exercises, including interviews with couples from diverse backgrounds, relationship styles, and orientations who are enjoying erotically vibrant partnerships.
One of the worst narration I experienced. Please have it redone as the content is valuable
Would you try another book from Mark A. Michaels and Patricia Johnson and/or Jenifer Krist?
Michaels and Johnson Yes, Krist not so positive on!...does anyone else concur? I clicked on her name and was surprised at the number of books she has narrated...
What did you like best about this story?
Very realistic, helpful information
What didn’t you like about Jenifer Krist’s performance?
Krist is a good reader but voice sounds too shrill, monotonous, reads too fast...too much like just reading without knowledge of subjects...wish I could obtain this audiobook by a different narrator
Any additional comments?
My perspective comes from listening to a great number of Audible.com books every day during the long drive to and from work
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