(BlackNews.com) -- There are no two things more essential to the survival of man than food and sexuality. The Recipe for Ecstasy: What Women Want: Sexual and Relationship Satisfaction explores these intertwined topics, yielding a cookbook for life and love. Written with a chocolate flavor, it will appeal primarily to African-American women - those who are shopping for the perfect ingredients to complete their recipes - and the men who want to have the inside scoop about what is on their lists.
Dr. Myrtle C. Means has created a mouthwatering literary masterpiece. This non-fiction book integrates seminal developmental theories with savory recipes for ecstasy - down home recipes crafted by average women. What do women recollect about their most sexually satisfying experience? It's quite scrumptious to read. What do women's recollections tell us about the nature of love, sexuality, and relationships? The elements of ecstasy can be defined, improved upon, and sought after. The personal narratives throughout the book were collected from research conducted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. Grounded in research and theory, this book is anything but bland.
She takes the reader on a journey through their personal pantries, identifying their own ingredients and familiarizing their palettes with the variety of potential ingredients to create a recipe for ecstasy. The author explores the impact of marital status and motherhood on relationship and sexual satisfaction, helping the reader understand why she wants what she does and how to get it. With a unique format, sexuality is discussed in a frank, accessible, and fun - yet scholarly - manner, integrating the physiological, social and emotional aspects of this complicated topic.
During her thirteen years as a clinical psychologist who specializes in adult sexuality, Dr. Means has had the opportunity to talk to hundreds of people. She has a thriving private practice in the Detroit area. Simply put, people love to talk to her, especially about sex. More importantly, they value what she has to say. Through public speaking, she has been given a local platform to educate others - from high schools to institutions of higher learning, as well as various community organizations.
Tenacious, bright, sexy, and witty, Dr. Myrtle C. Means has the kind of personality that draws people in and keeps them close. If given a platform, she will perform. Just like her life, she will take The Recipe for Ecstasy: What Women Want: Sexual and Relationship Satisfaction from the streets of the ghetto to the stars.
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