Experts Praise Intimacies Book
Here’s what the experts are saying about what lies between the covers:
“The secrets of love, sex and romance must come from those who do not guard them selfishly, and Karen Kreps’s collection of articles is a remarkably open-hearted series of revelations. It is reassuring that the positive aspects of connubial life are as fascinating as the downsides of our mating experiments, at least with this author as articulate guide. She makes true love seem as elementary as basic arithmetic she knows, too, that love is a complex and infinite miracle. We may discover how to embrace it if we have the right wisdom, and Karen Kreps generously inspires us with her vision.”—Avodah K. Offit MD, author of The Sexual Self, Night Thoughts: Confessions of a Sex Therapist, and Virtual Love.
“Karen beckons the many muses at her disposal-ordinary people and experts-to guide us through inner vulnerability to a loving place where we connect with others. Woven through her verbal tapestries are sentimental stories of families, insights about sexuality and resources to take courting to the next level. Relationships are the essence of our humanity, and Karen invites us to enjoy them in ways we might never have imagined.”—Larry Bugen, PhD, therapist and author of Love and Renewal: A Couple’s Guide to Commitment
“Her writing entices readers along paths of erotic fantasy and desire to find fulfilling relationships.”—David A. Crump, the Essential Experience workshop, ee.org
“Intelligent, candid and informative; a valuable service in a complex area of concern.”—Drs. Marshall and Marguerite Shearer, www.docshearer.com
“Karen’s columns are very insightful on the nature of our most important relationships. She has given me ideas to keep my marriage of almost 20 years on a stable footing. And were I single, I’d find her advice on starting new relationships equally practical.”– Jeff Johannigman, President of People Type Consulting
“Karen Kreps’ stories of love and life are vivid and touch your soul. Her writing will inspire some to think more deeply about relationships and possibly value what they have even more!“—Dr. Robyn, www.drrobynphd.com.