Physician comments about Lauren Jordan, author of No Room For Sex: How To Boost Your Low Libido:
As gynecologists, we see a lot of decreased libido and there really isn’t great treatment except for counseling. I think your book is great because it touches on all the topics that cause decreased libido that we don’t have time to get into (and sometimes patients don’t want to hear – they want to take a pill). This is a resource we can refer patients to. I also appreciate you because good sex therapists are few and far between.
Barbara Coulter-Smith, DO Women’s Integrated Health, Grapevine, Texas
Your writing style is warm and easy to understand. Your expertise is clear and I am very impressed with your insight. Our patients certainly benefit from your efforts on this far too common complaint.
Guy Culpepper, MD Bent Tree Family Physicians, Dallas, Texas
I finished your book last night and was REALLY impressed.
Comments from participants in our Women’s Workshops:
I feel like you have helped to get me over a huge hump in this area and for now will continue to work on my own. I am amazed at how God has already done so much for me in this area. My husband and I feel like honeymooners! – O. from Alabama
I just loved your workshop. It was really wonderful. I realized that I am not alone.
The workshop was SO helpful. Especially empowering that I need to acknowledge my sexuality.
It was such a great experience on so many different levels. You really did such a nice job with the presentation, the atmosphere, and planning out the exercises. I’m still running things over in my mind today. I never would have imagined that I would have gotten so much out of the experience or had such a nice time. Its funny, but I feel like a load has been lifted from me.
The best part of the workshop was understanding that other women have similar issues.
It felt safe to talk, but like we were just getting warmed up when the time was over. I would have liked a longer workshop.
The best part of the workshop was hearing from the other women – what seems so personal to me is shared by all of us.
Writing down the things I was ashamed of was helpful – it was a relief and empowering in a way to let go of it.
The exercises were great at getting to the point and helping me to realize that I’m not the prude I thought I was.
I feel better about my sex life than I did before.
The exercises were good. They made you feel like you’re not the only one.
The best part was learning that there is hope. I learned a lot about myself.
I liked maintaining some sense of anonymity, but still being able to share with each other.
Being able to anonymously express a secret and then let it go.
The workshop was too short – I wanted to keep going.
My feelings were validated.
The information presented helped me to understand what true intimacy is.
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