Item description for The 5 Sex Needs of Men & Women by Gary Rosberg, Barbara Rosberg & Ginger Kolbaba...
Overview A perfect follow-up book to the Rosbergs' widely read book 5 Love Needs of Men & Women. The 5 Sex Needs provides a straightforward and candid look at the different sex needs that both men and women bring to a marriage. The Rosbergs both educate and challenge married couples to develop a godly view of sexual intimacy. This book does not cover sexual techniques; instead, the specifics include the emotional, spiritual, and physical needs of sex within a marriage. This book opens the lines of communication so that a couple can openly discuss their needs and experience sexual intimacy according to God's design.
From the authors of the groundbreaking, best-selling The 5 Love Needs of Men and Women. . .
Great sex isn?t just a grope, a grab, and a romp in the sack. Truly great, deeply satisfying sex happens only when a husband and wife aspire to meet each other?s deepest, most intimate needs.
So . . . are you meeting your spouse?s most intimate sex needs? Do you even know what they are? You might be surprised.
Based on responses to their best-selling The 5 Love Needs of Men and Women, Dr. Gary and Barbara Rosberg surveyed more than seven hundred married couples to discover the top five sex needs of men and women, what spouses love and hate about sex, and what they can do outside the bedroom to elicit the greatest results inside the bedroom. You won?t believe the results . . .
Publishers Description A perfect follow-up book to the Rosbergs' widely read book "5 Love Needs of Men & Women. The 5 Sex Needs" provides a straightforward and candid look at the different sex needs that both men and women bring to a marriage. The Rosbergs both educate and challenge married couples to develop a godly view of sexual intimacy. This book does not cover sexual techniques; instead, the specifics include the emotional, spiritual, and physical needs of sex within a marriage. This book opens the lines of communication so that a couple can openly discuss their needs and experience sexual intimacy according to God's design.
Promise Angels is dedicated to bringing you great books at great prices. Whether you read for entertainment, to learn, or for literacy - you will find what you want at promiseangels.com!
Studio: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.2" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2007
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
ISBN 1414301847 ISBN13 9781414301846
Availability 1 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 16, 2017 10:33.
Usually ships within one to two business days from Momence, IL.
Orders shipping to an address other than a confirmed Credit Card / Paypal Billing address may incur and additional processing delay.
More About Gary Rosberg, Barbara Rosberg & Ginger Kolbaba
Rosberg has a Ed.D. from Drake University and has been a marriage and family counselor for more than 15 years. He coaches Cross Trainers, a men's Bible study and accountability group of more than 600 men.
Gary Rosberg currently resides in West Des Moines, in the state of Iowa. Gary Rosberg was born in 1952.
Reviews - What do customers think about 5 Sex Needs Of Men & Women?
These Gifted Counselors Can Help Your Love Life! Apr 12, 2007
Gary and Barbara Rosberg are gifted counselors with years of experience improving marriages and helping couples communicate. Here they're joined by magazine editor and author Ginger Kolbaba to comment on how married couples can better understand each other and relate to each other, especially in the bedroom.
This useful book explores the differences in how males and females tend to approach sexuality, then explains what to do about it. An excellent book for pastors and others to use and recommend in pre-marriage counseling!
Dr. David Frisbie, Executive Director The Center for Marriage & Family Studies Author of 8 Books, including Raising Great Kids on Your Own: A Guide and Companion for Every Single Parent
How to bridge the gap between men's and women's perceptions Nov 9, 2006
To many wives "sex" is the original 4-letter word , to many marriages a major stress point, and to most husbands lifeblood. In their excellent new book, The 5 Sex Needs of Men and Women, Dr. Gary and Barbara Rosberg with Ginger Kolbaba explain how to bridge the gap in perceptions of sex to make marriage the intimate joy that both husbands and wives long for.
Based on their years of counseling, the Rosbergs explain why the Golden Rule needs to be reinterpreted when it comes to sex, the five deepest sex needs of both men and women, and how to meet your spouse's needs.
They divide the book into two sections: "The Five Sex Needs of Husbands and Wives," and "Enriching Your Sex Life." In the first section the Rosbergs look at each of the sex needs, the problems caused by unmet needs, and ways to meet these needs.
The next section explains the problems that may block sexual fulfillment and offers ideas on dealing with those problems. They include an upbeat chapter on keeping the fun in sex. They discuss the spiritual side of sex, which may surprise you, and then explore the somber issues of premarital sex, pornography, infidelity, and sexual trauma. They conclude with appendices on what the Bible says about marriage and sex, and a resource list.
The Rosbergs bring their experience as America's Family Coaches, as prolific writers, counselors, and radio program hosts to the book. Kolbaba's extensive writing and editing background as the editor of Marriage Partnership makes the book lively and appealing. Using anecdotes and biblical principles, they draw the reader into their discussion. Especially helpful is their encouragement to seek ways to serve one another, including sexually.
The Five Sex Needs of Men and Women would make an excellent gift for newlyweds as well as older weds. It would be helpful for pastors to assign during premarital counseling and for counselors to use during counseling of troubled marriage.
The summer before my husband and I married, a local millworker, a regular at the little restaurant where I worked, offered me some advice. His words carried the wisdom of unhappy experience. He said, "Most of the problems in marriage are related to money, sex, or kids, not necessarily in that order." He had a point. - Debbie W. Wilson, Christian Book Previews.com