What is Wrong with Sex in America?

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Sexpert author Dr. Frederick Mondin takes the taboo out of the bedroom and into public conversation in new book.

Erotic Marriage Dr. Frederick Mondin

Sexuality is at the epicenter of our biology – it is a part of our nature.

Why are Americans ashamed, embarrassed and guilty when they talk about their sex lives?

Dr. Frederick Mondin exposes the negative sexual legacy America inherited in his award-winning book “Erotic Marriage.” A former professor of human sexuality and a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Mondin challenges beliefs that create guilt, shame, and embarrassment regarding sexuality and eroticism, revealing how to have a more sexually and emotionally satisfying marriage.

“We need to break free from the negative relationship script that too many of us follow… I am amazed at the sexual ignorance men have about women and women have about men,” Mondin said. “Sexuality is at the epicenter of our biology – it is a part of our nature. To be totally fulfilled, we need to learn to emotionally connect with our partner.”

Based on Mondin’s extensive professional and personal experience, “Erotic Marriage” addresses the most common unspoken sexual issues that individuals and couples face and provides a positive script for improving the American sexual dialogue.

“Erotic Marriage” pulls to the forefront messages that our culture teaches us which repress and restrict our sexual satisfaction. By doing so, Mondin enables couples and individuals to reach greater levels of sexual satisfaction and emotional security.

Erotic Marriage
By Dr. Frederick Mondin
IBSN 978-1-45026-641-3
Paperback 9 x 6, $ $13.95
Available at Amazon.com and http://www.barnesandnoble.com/

About the author
Dr. Frederick Mondin has been married for 38 years to Dr. Joan Henderson with whom he shares a private practice of Marriage and Family Therapy. He formerly taught Human Sexuality at Boise State University (28 years). He has also conducted numerous workshops, guest lectures, radio talk shows, webinars, and psychotherapy demonstrations. “Erotic Marriage” has won eleven awards, including the 2013 National Indie Excellence Award.

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