In every relationship, family and culture there are rules and taboos that control how we think and feel about sexuality, and because sexual rules are mostly unspoken, the secrecy and silence contributes to an environment of ignorance and shame around normal human sexuality. This workbook gives you a concrete method for breaking down the belief systems you have about sex, while learning more about yourself in the process. The final result is true understanding of your sexual self, and increased health and pleasure in your body and relationships. You can apply what you learned in The New Rules of Sex, but even those who have not read the book can benefit from the journey they take in this workbook. You deserve health, comfort, pleasure and safety in your sexuality, and it’s up to you to get there!
Will you take the first step? This workbook can show you how.
When I first heard your podcast I got the impression that this will be a text only for women. Now that I read it, it is definitely something that both men and women can benefit from reading, and it is not age specific. Even I at 61 learned quite a few new things. Can’t wait to hear what my kids have to say after they read it. It’s a great amalgamation of personal experiences, well-focused research and captivating narration. I usually drop a book after reading the first few pages, but not this one.
Wow! This girl really knows her stuff! A terrific read; couldn’t put it down. THE NEW RULES OF SEX is an eye opening, in depth, incredibly well written insight into what today’s woman is dealing with, both in the dating world and within herself. Ms. Brim’s journey toward sexual and self-awareness is both fascinating and fantastic. We all can learn a lot from her travels, her experiences (some wondrously thrilling, some heartbreaking), and her accrued knowledge. Kudos, Ms. Brim! Now someone please write a similar book for men!
The New Rules of Sex is a wonderful book. It’s an insightful and intelligent work which doesn’t dictate, but rather reveals to the reader the “truths” we thought we knew about sex and our own belief systems around it. Ms. Brim then shows us that it is truly up to us to choose our own way instead of just blindly following what other people say that may not work for us. So many problems in relationships come from our own judgements and misunderstandings around sex and our bodies and I found this book a wonderful tool for releasing us from those limitations we put on ourselves. It is a great read.