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A Couple's Guide to Boosting Their Marriage Libido

"...we turn our curious attention to the marital therapist Michele Weiner Davis, whose new book, The Sex-Starved Marriage, is so well timed and so aptly titled that it is primed to become a cultural sensation."

Atlantic Monthly Jan/Feb 2003

Sex experts estimate that one out of every three couples struggles with mismatched sexual desire; one spouse is hot when the other is not. Because of advancements in medical and psychological libido-boosting alternatives available to those whose desire has waned, bridging the desire gap should, in theory, be a simple endeavor.
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The Proven Seven-Step Program for Saving Your Marriage

Anyone in a troubled marriage believing that divorce is the solution had better think again. Hot-off-the-press research puts a screeching halt to this erroneous thinking. After four decades of disposable marriages and rampant divorce, the jury is finally in- working things out rather than getting out is decidedly the best thing to do. Research now tells us that married people are healthier, happier, they live longer, have better sex lives, and make more money than single or divorced people. Children growing up intact families have a significant leg up on their peers- they fare better in school, they're more emotionally stable and have lower rates of unwed pregnancies, drug abuse and criminal activities. They are also less likely to become divorce statistics themselves in their own marriages. These findings along with others have convinced many, including President Bush, that the price we as a society pay for divorce is far too high. As a result, he is proposing to spend three billion dollars to teach American couples the skills they need to make their marriages happier and more loving and keep families together.
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