A Multi-Orgasmic Love life is where we are now.

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This is excerpted from an email sent to me by a client who was in a low place with her husband and their sex life. After a few sessions, she was writing back with feedback on their progress to me having done new positions and creative combinations that I'd not yet taught the two of them!

 

"My husband and I have been married for ten years. In that time our sex
life went from pretty average, to bad, to none. In fact, we had quite
a lot of none, So much, that it seemed like it would be impossible and
unrealistic to even imagine having an exciting, engaged, intimate and
multi-orgasmic love life in the future. But that is where we are now,
and it only feels like the beginning."

"When I explained our sexual avoidance pattern to Eric, he used a pragmatic approach which has allowed us to bypass several pieces of emotional baggage and focus on
developing pleasurable sexual skills that brings us our new love life."

"Eric was very generous, patient, and detailed with his wealth of knowledge on all things
of erotic interest to us both. We're both very happy we invested in Eric's guidance."

-Whitney (and Roger)

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