The book is intriguing, regardless if one agrees or disagrees with his conclusions, and devilishly appealing for all those interested in expanding their sexual enlightenment. Five books that either caught my eye, educated my mind, opened my networks to invaluable dialogue, or simply stimulated my sex craving curiosity button for more than a fleeting moment. This is a list of the former: The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work by John Gottman Gottman is a highly respected and influential researcher within the psychology community, and for good reason. Some linger and are reread multiple times, while others are read, scoffed at and then tossed quickly from my sight. My list of must-read books is endless, unfortunately my editor it tight on Teesha-talk-time, and my allotted writing space limited. Perel helps us to explore this crucial third component through her theories on the pitfalls of modern intimacy within long term relationships, and her beliefs on how we can sustain our erotic vitality within the monogamous setting. The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman Chapman brings his over 30 years of experience as a marriage counsellor to his theory on how individuals express and interpret love. The Erotic Mind by Jack Morin Morin explores uncharted territory in the dimensions of human sexuality. Mating in Captivity by Esther Perel Throughout the ages we have aspired to increase our IQ — and recently our EI Emotional Intelligence , but the thought of sharpening our erotic intelligence has only recently taken ground. Happy reading and enjoy! I know I did…. He proposes new ways of looking at our inner eroticism, as well as the psychology behind what breeds our desires, and what brings unity to our body and mind in order to reach true sexual fulfillment. I had no idea that was possible! Therefore I leave you with these five in the hopes that one may catch your eye, call out to you in a sexy voice, and persuade you to open its cover. His book is an easy read, peppered with fascinating statistics, that is bound to offer something to every relationship.