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Sexy Mamas: Keeping Your Sex Life Alive While Raising Kids

As a mom I tend to put everyone and everything ahead of my needs. When I finally do get around to spending… ahem time to myself, I can feel guilty. The book, Sexy Mamas: Keeping Your Sex Life Alive While Raising Kids, shows you that it’s ok to want time to yourself. This book points out that it’s all right to want to feel sexy even if your a Mom. It reaffirms the fact that you are entitled to a fulfilling sex life.

Sexy Mamas is full of facts, tips, pointers, and statements from real moms. No matter if you’re married, single, an old hat or a soon to be mom, this book has something for all of us. It shows you that you’re not along and other women feel the same way. Being a woman who is sexually aware is hard enough, factor in being a mother and all the stereotypes that go with it and it gets ten times harder.

The authors (Cathy Winks and Anne Semans) took all that into consideration when penning this book. They interviewed real moms and moms-to-be in order to give us the best information they could, making it a point to say that we don’t have to feel ashamed of wanting to be sexy and have good sexual relationships. We can have all that and be good moms too. Just because you’re a mom doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy having sex, heck it’s what made you a mom in the first place.

Here’s an excerpt from the Introduction:

“While parenting books rarely broach the subject, most mothers can testify that sexual desire doesn’t disappear when they have children; it simply gets buried under an avalanche of conflicting demands on their time and attention. Sexy Mamas reaches out to women who want to integrate the pleasures of a satisfying sex life with the joys of motherhood. The book offers tips, anecdotes, and practical information about sex, supported by advice from medical experts, sex experts, and the most knowledgeable experts in this area – other mothers. Candid anecdotes and suggestions from hundreds of survey respondents support, encourage, and inspire readers to embrace a more powerful maternal sexuality. Topics include what hormonal, psychological, and environmental factors affect the sex drive; modeling positive sexual behavior for the kids; rekindling relationships; the best sex and parenting resources; and more.”

This review appeared originally on Naughty Mommy Reviews.

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One Response to “Sexy Mamas: Keeping Your Sex Life Alive While Raising Kids”

  1. Great article. I’ve got three kiddies of my own and am often looking to get them some toys for the summer vacation, these looks great!

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