4 Books That Will Help You Become Good at Sex

There are a lot of books about sex, but only a few of them are worthy and can really enrich you with theoretical and practical knowledge on how to please single women. It’s one thing to be an idiot, read 50 Shades of Gray and believe that you know everything about sex. And it’s completely another thing to be an intelligent person, read at least several smart books about sex and become if not an expert, then at least a connoisseur.

1. Sex, Murder and the Meaning of Life by Douglas Kenrick

Have you heard about evolutionary psychology? If your response is negative, then you need this book. It helps understand the essence of sex through the prism of this psychological science. The author, the famous American psychologist Douglas Kenrick, has concluded that human civilization is just a facade, behind which lies the eternal wildness of people with their wildest sexual fantasies. Yes, this book isn’t just about sex. In it, the author has covered not only lustful topics but also various social conflicts, international problems, and economic crises. The text is full of bright life examples, which you can’t call standard.

2. Sex at Dawn by Cacilda Jetha and Christopher Ryan

Don’t let the ratings of this book fool you. Very few people know about it, but the book is more than worthy. This book is a bible for people obsessed with sex. Why? Because the authors of the book explore monogamy, calling it unnatural for people. The authors operate on scientific facts, history, sociological explanations to prove that polygamy is what you need. Also, the book provides an answer to important questions about sex, for example, “Why do women need more time to cum than men?” “What is the connection between bonobo and women’s desire to have sex with different men?” In general, such a book shouldn’t be omitted.

3. Female Orgasms by Emily Nagoski

Of course, this is a bestseller, which has been written by a woman for men who have forgotten the true science of love and sex, as well as for women who have lost their sexuality. For people, who are spoiled by pornography, this book can become an excellent guide to action, which debunks popular myths, teaches men to physically understand women, gives good advice on how to please a girlfriend sexually.

The book has been written by an outstanding sexologist based on research in the field of sex and neurobiology. Be careful! It can change your sex life for the better.

4. Modern Romance: An Investigation by Aziz Ansari and Eric Klinenberg

Aziz Ansari is not a preacher from Mecca. This is an outstanding American comedian of Indian origin, who can be known to you from the TV series like “Parks and Recreation,” “Master of None” as well as a number of comedies and great specials. In general, this is a cool guy who knows how to tell stories. It turned out that he knows how to write books as well. This book can be described as a guideline of XXI on how to be successfully involved in online dating to find a one-night stand or a life partner. Of course, the book includes humor and sociological background.

3 Books to Increase Personal Effectiveness

The lifestyle of a modern person is like a race since you must come to work on time, spend a couple of hours to get home, eat, take a shower, and go to bed.. We have to spend free time on cleaning, cooking, shopping. As a result, everyday routine and lack of time do not give you a chance to be engaged in self-development. You understand perfectly well that today you must constantly study and be able to find a common language with people, understand their motives and behavior. If you don’t have time for reading, use an audio version of the books while standing in a traffic jam or doing the cleaning.

1. No More Mr. Nice Guy by Robert Glover

Who are the “nice guys”? As a rule, they stay late at work, solve other people’s problems and help others to their own detriment. They perceive conflicts as the worst thing in the world, and they try to avoid them at all costs, forgetting about their pride and principles. These people are convinced that if they are kind to everyone, then people around them should treat them accordingly. But, unfortunately, everything happens quite the opposite, and others take kindness for weakness. As a result, nice guys do someone else’s work, donate their own time, and often don’t get thanks. If you suffer from the “nice guy” syndrome, then you need to get rid of it. This book will help you overcome some complexes and will teach you to defend your own opinion. The special exercises described in it will teach you to listen to yourself, follow your dreams and live the life you want.

2. The Definitive Book of Body Language: The Hidden Meaning Behind People’s Gestures and Expressions by Allan and Barbara Pease

To make an impression on people and influence them, you have to give the information correctly. Your way of speaking, expressing your thoughts, gesticulation, correctly chosen words can help you move up the career ladder and attract a special person. In this book, you will find the basic rules of effective communication. You will learn about the special techniques with which you can influence people, learn to pick the right words, voice timbre, make contacts. You will study gesticulations, the necessary psychological aspects of the personality that you need to influence. And, most importantly, you will understand how to do it.

3. Memory development on methodologies of special services by Denis Bukin

 Have you ever thought about how the scouts manage to memorize even the smallest details and the maps, which they managed to see only briefly? They manage to keep in mind passwords, plans, legends as well as accurately reproduce all this information at the right moment. In this book, you will find techniques and exercises that will help develop memory, and it is important to note that these techniques are still used in many institutions around the world. In addition, you will find out how to establish contacts, gain trust and convince even strangers. This book will change your mindset, teach you how to analyze, and make you a more organized person.

Alexandra Potter Electronic Book You’re (Not) the One Anytime RTF

Stars Rating: 3.49 of 5 starsLanguage: English
Available Format: ePub, FB2, iBook, TXT, PDF, DJVU, MOBI, RTF, DOCEbook’s Author: Alexandra Potter
Tags: Womens Fiction, Chick Lit, Contemporary, Young Adult, Adult, Romance, Humor, Romance, Contemporary Romance, Humor, Funny, Fiction, NovelsPublished: (first published January 1st 2010)
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