As parents, we have all experienced difficulties in sustaining a loving, sexual relationship with our spouses while striving to be good mothers and fathers. Most parents realize that life does not continue "as usual" once children are born. Three a.m. feedings and pulling all-nighters with a crying baby become commonplace. No wonder couples are too exhausted to make love! But kids don't have to mean the honeymoons over. This book tells parents they can and should be lovers, and that nurturing each other will only make their relationship and family life stronger. You'll find sensible and inventive tips for: reclaiming your toy-ridden bedroom; handling your children's interruptions; flirting with your mate; and creating daily opportunities to "get away."
This hardback book is in very nice condition with a tight binding, clean text, and no flaws. The cover has more than average wear and tear.