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The Better Sex Through Mindfulness Workbook

A Guide to Cultivating Desire

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  • ISBN: 9781771648370
  • Tags: All Books, Dr. Jen Gunter, Health & Wellness, Lori A. Brotto, PhD,
  • Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5
  • Published On: 10/18/2022
  • 256 Pages
Description

AS SEEN IN “THE PRINCIPLES OF PLEASURE” ON NETFLIX

PRAISE FOR BETTER SEX THROUGH MINDFULNESS: “A book full of wisdom, permission, kindness, and hope.”—EMILY NAGOSKI, author of Come as You Are and Burnout • “A masterpiece and masterclass in female sexuality.”—IAN KERNER, New York Times-bestselling author of She Comes First

The practical workbook for readers of the acclaimed Better Sex Through Mindfulness: learn how to apply the groundbreaking research and cultivate desire in everyday life.

In her trailblazing book Better Sex Through Mindfulness, clinical psychologist Dr. Lori Brotto revealed how mindfulness can be used to treat sexual difficulties such as lack of desire, pain, and trauma. An instant favorite among sex therapists and clinicians as well as readers, the book featured a foreword by Emily Nagoski and was recommended by Dan Savage and by Dr. Jen Gunter in The New York Times.In this functional workbook, readers can apply Dr. Brotto’s award-winning research in a simple, structured setting for optimal results.

Designed primarily for women, with instructions and inquiries for developing a mindfulness practice with or without a sexual partner, this guidebook also includes information for men and gender diverse people. Dr. Brotto infuses her workbook with compassion and hope, inspiring gentleness and curiosity on this path towards more fulfilling and pleasurable sex for all.

In her trailblazing book Better Sex Through Mindfulness, clinical psychologist Dr. Lori Brotto revealed how mindfulness can be used to treat sexual difficulties such as lack of desire, pain, and trauma. An instant favorite among sex therapists and clinicians as well as readers, the book featured a foreword by Emily Nagoski and was recommended by Dan Savage and by Dr. Jen Gunter in The New York Times.In this functional workbook, readers can apply Dr. Brotto’s award-winning research in a simple, structured setting for optimal results.

Designed primarily for women, with instructions and inquiries for developing a mindfulness practice with or without a sexual partner, this guidebook also includes information for men and gender diverse people. Dr. Brotto infuses her workbook with compassion and hope, inspiring gentleness and curiosity on this path towards more fulfilling and pleasurable sex for all.

Lori A. Brotto, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and sex researcher. She is a member of various sexuality organizations and an associate editor for Archives of Sexual Behavior. Brotto has been featured in the New York Times, The Walrus, Chatelaine, Dan Savage's Savage Lovecast, and many other outlets. She lives in Vancouver, BC. 

Dr. Jen Gunter is an obstetrician and gynecologist, and the author of The Menopause Manifesto and The Vagina Bible.