It's a conspiracy! Mums are conditioned to believe that their sex lives will die the moment they give birth. And with sore breasts, flabby tummies and a new baby to take up all their time it's understandable that sex takes a back seat. But it is possible to merge the roles of mother and lover and keep your sexual flame alive. In "The New Mum's Guide to Sex", Rachel Foux helps new mothers adjust to their new identity as a woman, partner and lover, whilst taking on the new responsibilities of motherhood. Giving gentle, helpful encouragement, she shows mums how to step through the veils of vulnerability, poor body image and internalised frustration and rediscover their bodies as sexual again. Each chapter is separated into the months after birth and offers advice to cope with all the emotional and physical issues that may arise following childbirth. Warm and direct, with simple tips, exercises and stories from real mums and dads, this book is perfect for the busy mum.
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|Size: ||939 KB|
|Date published: ||Feb 2009|
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This product is listed in the following categories:Non-Fiction > Family & Relationships > Parenting > Motherhood
Non-Fiction > Health & Fitness > Sexuality
Non-Fiction > Self > Sexual Instruction