Do You Speak The Right Bedroom Language?

Friday, April 15, 2016 Sexual Health News J E 4

DENVER, April 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Sex has a language unto itself – physical, verbal, and non-verbal. An internationally-acclaimed couple's therapist and sex psychologist with over 25 years of experience, Dr. Douglas Weiss, has unleashed a breakthrough book that improves bedroom behavior and overall fulfillment and harmony in a couple's relationship. 5 Sex Languages uniquely identifies how men and women need to communicate with one another about sex.

"We often try to sexually express sex to one another the way we want sex without understanding our partner usually has an entirely different sex language," notes Dr. Weiss, who has helped thousands of couples. "This can leave at least one partner feeling less than satisfied. In response, the other partner will often try harder and harder to please the unsatisfied partner – and using his or her own sex language."

Dr. Weiss, who's been featured on Oprah and Dr. Phil, and in Cosmopolitan and USA Today for his dozens of earlier books, knows the 5 Sex Languages works not just from his professional experience. Married nearly three decades, he's a recovering sex addict for over 29 years. He is also the president of American Association for Sex Addiction Therapy

"When two people keep giving love in their own sex language, it can lead to frustration and a lack of fulfillment that can continue for years," says Dr. Weiss. "This frustration or lack of fulfillment can begin to poison one or both partner's overall level of satisfaction in the marriage.

"The good news is that couples can get back on course. Each partner can discover a roadmap for bringing incredible, predictable, sexual pleasure to his or her loved one throughout the relationship."

5 Sex Languages offers insights and guidance for couples seeking to elevate their relationship.  Sex is one part, albeit a major one, of what adds fulfillment to a marriage. By finding a way to speak the same language, Dr. Weiss has seen many couples avert divorce and heartache, and instead has seen them grow into the loving and happy people they were always capable of being.

Which sex language do you speak? 5 Sex Languages is your handy translator and passport to bedroom harmony. For more information, please consult:

Contact Information: MEDIA CONNECTBrian Feinblum, 212-583-2718

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