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Reclaiming Desire

Reclaiming Desire
4 Keys to Finding Your Lost Libido: Anyone who has stood in a supermarket checkout line has seen all the sexy headlines on women's magazines, touting exciting new ways for readers to drive their men wild in bed or to heighten their own sexual pleasure. These are tantalizing promises, to be sure. But they sorely miss the mark.Anyone who has stood in a supermarket checkout line has seen all the sexy headlines on women's magazines, touting exciting new ways for readers to drive their men wild in bed or to heighten their own sexual pleasure. These are tantalizing promises, to be sure. But they sorely miss the mark.

The fact is, many women aren't interested in more sex or better sex. They aren't interested in sex at all. They used to be, of course. Over months or even years, their sexual desire all but disappeared. And they can't understand why.

Through years of clinical practice, Andrew Goldstein, M.D., and Marianne Brandon, Ph.D., have worked with scores of clients who aren't satisfied with their sex drives. They've seen how women struggle to open up about this very personal and painful problem. And they've seen how it can erode women's self-esteem and strain intimate relationships.

In Reclaiming Desire, Dr. Goldstein and Dr. Brandon present a self-care version of their highly effective holistic approach to treating low libido. Inside you'll find:

An exclusive self-test to assess physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual health -- the four cornerstones of a healthy sex drive

Essential information on how major life events like pregnancy, menopause, and divorce can affect a woman's sexual health

A range of practical measures, from conventional and herbal medicines to mind-body techniques and lifestyle strategies, that can help rekindle sexual desire

Personal stories that draw upon the real-life experiences of women who once struggled with low libido -- and emerged with a greater understanding of their sexual selves

Reclaiming Desire also offers a healthy dose of reassurance and encouragement as an antidote to all of the misconceptions about low libido. As you'll learn, a decline in sex drive doesn't automatically happen with age. And while hormones influence sexual desire and response, they don't determine a woman's sexual destiny. Just as important, low libido doesn't necessarily point to a problem in a woman's relationship with her partner. More than likely, she simply has lost touch with her sexual self.

Unlike those magazine headlines, Reclaiming Desire will more than live up to its promise. With this book, you can reclaim your desire -- and make your sex life better than ever.


A woman's sexuality is vital to her self-image and self-esteem. So if her sex drive should falter, the consequences can reach far beyond the bedroom -- to her sense of value as a person, her perception of her relationship with her partner, and her satisfaction with life in general.

Yet many women are reluctant to seek help for low libido, because it's such a deeply personal problem. Those who do may not get effective treatment. Too often doctors attempt to pigeonhole a diminished sex drive as purely physical or psychological. It's much more complicated than that.

Reclaiming Desire is the only book to address low libido by considering the whole woman -- her physical health, her emotional resilience, her intellectual fulfillment, and her spiritual beliefs. At last women can get a complete, accurate picture of their sexuality by exploring the diverse factors that have helped shape it. Using an array of proven self-care techniques, they can determine what could be sabotaging their sex drives -- and what will help bring it back.


Andrew Goldstein, M.D., and Marianne Brandon, Ph.D., are cofounders of the Sexual Wellness Center in Annapolis, Maryland, where they specialize in treating women's sexual health problems. Dr. Goldstein divides his time between Annapolis and New York City; Dr. Brandon resides in Annapolis.


"A wonderfully up-to-date and comprehensive summary of the myriad psychological and biological factors that contribute to a woman's sexual desire."

--Cindy M. Meston, Ph.D., 2003 president of the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health and associate professor of clinical psychology at the University of Texas at Austin

"Readers who embrace Reclaiming Desire as their guide to a healthier sex drive are likely to emerge more content -- not only with their libidos, but with life in general."

--Annette Owens, M.D., Ph.D., AASECT-certified sex counselor at the Charlottesville Sexual Health and Wellness Clinic

"Dr. Goldstein and Dr. Brandon have set a new standard in the understanding and treatment of a problem often regarded as one of the most difficult to treat in the field of woman's sexuality."

--David B. Fogel, M.D., medical director of the Human Sexuality Institute, a division of the Fogel Foundation, Washington, D.C.

"Any woman who has experienced low libido can benefit from reading Reclaiming Desire. I would heartily recommend this book to my students and clients."

--Barbara Keesling, Ph.D., author of The Good Girl's Guide to Bad Girl Sex


The following is an excerpt from the book Reclaiming Desire: 4 Keys to Finding Your Lost Libido