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DavidThePavid
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Superbly written. Michael Bader has a style of writing that makes it very easy to understand his theory on how arousal works. The theory itself also makes a lot sense and is supported by many clinical examples. Excellent book, provides a window into the subconcious.

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Mandigolightly
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Literally hiding in a corner, trying to read. People just won‘t stop talking to me 😭😭😭Absolute silence for *hours* but then you crack open book, and voila, everyone remembers 900 things they meant to say

GingerAntics Oh my god that drives me nuts. It happens to me all the time. I‘m with you on that one. 22h
Reggie Lololol 21h
Travellinggator I‘m an extrovert...except when I‘m reading. 21h
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ChasingOm
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After a long week of conferencing, my sister and I spent our Monday off at the beach! I didn‘t want to bring my Kindle, so I borrowed this one off of her shelf and now it‘s going home with me tomorrow. 😂

This definitely counted as meeting my “go outside” goal for Week 4 of #BFCr2. I love the water, so this was the best goal met of the whole challenge! 😍

wanderinglynn I love the beach and miss living near one. (The Pacific Northwest “beaches” aren‘t the same as SoCal beaches.) And overheard that book is great! 6d
4thhouseontheleft What a great break after a busy week! 🎉🎉 6d
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Kell1
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The title is a bit misleading. The book is more about the practice of SPEKT scans for psychological treatment in couples. Nevertheless, the book is filled with interesting information about how our brain works, the different parts of the brain and their functions and the effect of hormones on the brain. The sex tips make about 20% of the book. Also, too much advertisement of the author's medical clinic. Good book though. Recommended.

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Petelord
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A must read for anyone interested in sex. Great read and very funny

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Mandigolightly
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I‘ve been watching the show and can‘t wait to crack into the book!

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cherinium
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The snarky humor of Roach in this book cracked me up several times. The ingenuity and absurdity of scientific research in the field of sexual physiology and psychology is astounding. I'll never think of sex the same way again. 🙈🙊

Crazeedi I love Mary roach!! 2w
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cherinium
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What a fabulous pic on the title page! 💋💋💋

Where #science and #sex collide. #nonfiction #currentlyreading

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MelindaOtt
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This was going to be one heck of a #bookclub discussion. But, my book club meeting fell on the same night of the 2nd round of debates. I missed it, but did read the book and now I know more about penile implants than I ever imagined.

This sounds scandalous, but it is actually far more informative and entertaining than scintillating. This was my first Roach book and I‘m sure it won‘t be my last. Should go for death or the digestive system next...

Megabooks This is my favorite! I‘ve read Gulp, Packing for Mars, and Stiff as well. 3w
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bookwrm526
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I love Mary Roach, and this one did not disappoint. I‘m pretty sure I‘ve read all of her books now, and this one is probably my third favorite (behind Stiff and Gulp). However, I do kind of wish I hadn‘t listened to this one on audio, because of the subject matter, not because it was badly done.