Please Dear, Not Tonight: New Book Gives Voice to the Sexually Frustrated

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Award-winning author reveals what women want to tell men about sex if they could say anything at all.

In her new book, Please Dear, Not Tonight: The Truth About Women and Sex, Mary Jo Fay offers compassionate, humorous, wise, and truth-filled responses to such questions as: Do women really have all "those" headaches? Is bad sex better than no sex? Are negative sexual "leftovers" from your past affecting your sex life? Why do some men just hope to "get lucky"?

Fay wrote the book after she discovered how many of her clients were either miserable or downright bored in the bedroom for a variety of reasons: history of sexual abuse, men who don't understand women's needs, women who don't understand their own bodies, and an overwhelming layer of misinformation many people still take for true. She wanted to write the real story of what women are experiencing in the bedroom as well as to make it easier for men to understand their women.

The clinical treatment community applaud Fay's efforts and cite the book as revolutionary, insightful, and validating as it focuses on first-hand accounts of women in the trenches, not merely psychological theories or academic jargon and statistics. Fay also makes light of Sigmund Freud and his beliefs about women and sex, admonishing that certainly no male should ever assume to know what the female of the species wants or needs in the bedroom.

"Men and women really can have it all within their intimate relationships with the insightful advice of Please Dear, Not Tonight. A book to live and love by!"

Andrea Adams-Miller (CCL The Sexuality Tutor/Findlay, OH)

A self-described survivor, Mary Jo Fay, RN and MSN, is a relationship advisor, professional speaker, columnist, award-winning author, and screenwriter. Her experiences also include healing from childhood sexual abuse as well as a difficult divorce, then moving on to discovering healthy relationships - all which lead her to working with hundreds of women who now seek her help in healing.

"Reading this book gives you the sense you are sitting in a west side coffee shop on the set of Sex and the City and you are sharing all the things you wouldn't tell anyone else."

Barbara Levinson, PhD, Certified Sex Therapist (Center for Human Sexuality/Houston, TX)

Fay is internationally recognized for her work in the fields of sex and difficult relationships, how they happen and how they may be repaired. She is the author of two other topic-related books, When Your Perfect Partner Goes Perfectly Wrong and Get Out of Your Boxx and Live the Life You Really Want.


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