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Becoming Orgasmic

Becoming Orgasmic

A Sexual and Personal Growth Program for Women

Illustrated by: David Palladini
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Are you shy or self-conscious when it comes to sex? Do you want to learn how to enhance the pleasure you derive from sex? The revised and expanded edition of Becoming Orgasmic provides a program designed to help anyone overcome the myriad obstacles to complete sexual satisfaction.
Whether married or single, young or old, the program presented in these pages will help you feel comfortable with yourself and your ideas about sex and enable you to grow as a person. Becoming Orgasmic will help you:
• Evaluate your sexual history and put it in perspective
• Explore your body through touch
• Understand the effects of pregnancy, menstruation, and menopause on sexual desire and response
• Be comfortable with your body and yourself as a woman
• Share self-discovery with your partner
• Find techniques to try if something turns you off
• Overcome the fear of orgasm
• Learn how to bring yourself to orgasm
• Practice safe sex in today's world -- precautionary measures, social expectations, personal values, and choosing a partner in the age of AIDS
A personal and sensitively written book that is also informative, Becoming Orgasmic is designed to make you feel good about your sexuality and yourself.
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  • Touchstone | 
  • 288 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780671761776 | 
  • December 1987
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Chapter 1

Getting Involved

Where are you at this particular time in your life? You may be single, married, separated, divorced, or widowed. You may have several children or none at all. You may or may not be involved in a sexual relationship with someone. You may be under thirty, over sixty, or somewhere in between. There may be many difficulties in your life right now, or things may be pretty satisfying.

All of us, wherever we are in our lives, have emotional needs for closeness, intimacy, affection, and sexual gratification. While for most of us our emotional needs are more important than sexual gratification,... see more

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