How good are you in bed? How much fun are you having in bed? Do you want to have more and better sex? Whether you’re in a relationship or you’re single, everyone can use some tips to improve their sex life. These five books will improve your sex life.
How to Be a Great Lover, Lou Paget
Lou Paget knows sex. She’s an experienced sex educator who believes that great lovers are made, not born. She offers multiple techniques that can be used with a lover or alone. Run your own little focus group and try some new positions to help get you and your lover to the big “O”.
The Complete Kama Sutra, Alain Denélou
With the Kama Sutra, the mysterious Hindu classic on love and lovemaking, everything old is new again. The world’s oldest guide to sex offers inspiration for those looking for a deeper connection and a more satisfying sex life. Boasting beautiful illustrations of hundreds of sexual positions, this book is guaranteed to improve your sex life. Beware though apparently Indians from the fourth century were more limber than us modern day lovers.
Sex for One: The Joy of Selfloving, Betty Dodson
Sex isn’t just for couples. If you’re celibate or just having a slow couple of months (or years), there’s no reason why you can’t have a fulfilling sex life. Betty Dodson has been extolling the benefits of masturbation and self-love for decades. Masturbation helps you become more familiar with your body and better able to communicate your needs when and if you decide to take a partner. Afterall masturbation is the safest sex you can have.
While Brené Brown’s emerging classic is not a book about sex, what is sex without vulnerability? Dr. Brown goes to the roots of happiness and finds that those who are the most vulnerable are the happiest and perhaps the sexiest. Being comfortable in your own skin is the greater aphrodisiac.
Getting the Love You Want, Harville Hendrix
Couples that have tension in their relationship rarely have great sex if they’re having sex at all. Dr. Hendrix’s book on love looks at the many ways we love. He created the Imago Relationship technique which helps to grow greater communication and passion between couples. This book is helpful for single people as well and can help orient you to having a healthy relationship before you ever get into one.
Here’s to great sex!