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The first book I brought on this, very eye opening and encouraging. I've leant it to a mu friends. I live with chronic pain and found it helpful with sex but also just for being validated and empowered with my disability
Disabled people have sex??? Really?? What a shocker! Well it is to most people but its something everyone should think about! One day you may become disabled and you will certainly get older and less physically able if nothing else! This is a great book and I've been using it to help people in my support groups. It's a subject no one talks about or likes to thin about. This book has clear concise information that given in an easy to understand non patronising way. A great book for disabled couples, therapists and anyone else working with people who may need this book. Should be compulsory to read in hospitals.
Absolutely loved the very open and honest approach as to how you as a disabled person feels, society's expectations and how to communicate/explore your concerns/needs with your partner. Recommended it to the marriage counselor for other couples with disabilities. Loved the extended information on items that may help with each basic disability. Exactly the book I was looking for.
I have never seen a book like this before! I am always looking for new information on how to cope with my disability. It is often assumed that people with disabilities are non-sexual or should be non-sexual... but this is a stupid idea and this is why the disabled community are so often abused sexually and in relationships. There need to be more books like this!
We are sexual beings. Some of us are dealing with disabilities that interfere with our sense of sensation and touch. We also are dealing with body image issues. This book encourages wholeness throughout the entire individualized process and offers tips to maintain or restore normalcy and romance to a relationship impacted by a disability.
Incredibly informative and helpful on getting perspectives on human sexuality that currently don't apply to me. Honestly, who knows what the future brings, I may need a lot of this information in the future!