Hope for Couples Facing Loss of Sexual Intimacy
Each year in this country, 30 million men and their partners are robbed of an essential part of their lives when they are faced with sexual dysfunction due to diabetes, prostate cancer, an injury or psychological reasons. Many desperately want advice, but are too embarrassed to broach the subject with a doctor or even with each other.
In their timely and medically recognized book, Making Love Again, Virginia and Keith Laken give hope to these individuals who, like themselves, want to “feel normal” again.
Virginia tells the story of how she and her husband have dealt with his sexual dysfunction, brought on by a radical prostectomy at the age of forty-nine. She reveals the solutions that have brought them closer together, and offers further resources and support groups that can be found on both the Internet and through local and national organizations.
Making Love Again proves that it is possible to break free of one’s preconceived ideas about sex, and to overcome impotency by continuing to make love in whatever form lovemaking may take.
With a foreward by Dr. David Barrett, CEO of the Lahey Clinic, readers will admire the medical community’s acknowledgement of this book as an aid to couples seeking to regain physical intimacy.