Kiss Me Like You Mean It
Solomon’s Crazy in Love How-To Manual
- 5.5 x 8.5
- Pub. Date
- May 2009
- Carton Quantity
- Number of pages
- Pub. Date
- May 2009
Goodbye, passion? Not so fast.
Yes, it's true--that glorious, heart-pumping feeling of love and desire does seem to vanish in the wake of kids, careers, and, well, life. But you can reclaim that mad-for-you, crazy-in-love feeling, and this time it will be deeper and more intimate than ever before. Your guide? King Solomon, the Bible's greatest lover, who has a few secrets up his ancient sleeve about how a husband and wife can experience unending passion--and have a blast doing it.
Psychologist and marriage therapist Dr. David Clarke shows you why the ardent exchanges and God-inspired, 3,000-year-old techniques of Solomon and Shulamith worked then--and still work today. You will learn how to troubleshoot problems and conflicts, put each other first, have fun, flirt, and be more playful and sensual.
You got married because you were over-the-moon wild about each other, and you can experience that exhilarating passion again; the Song of Solomon reveals how!
"Dr. David Clarke knows people. Dr. David Clarke knows humor. Dr. David Clarke knows his Bible. These come together in the perfect storm to put passion back in your marriage."--Dr. Woodrow Kroll, president of Back to the Bible International
"If you've lost that loving feeling but would like to get it back again--and in the process take your marriage to a whole new level--then Kiss Me Like You Mean It is a book you'll have a hard time putting down. It is humorous, witty, well-written, but most of all practical! David's keen insights from the Song of Solomon will help you see marriage from a new perspective and free you to enjoy the deep levels of passion and intimacy that God designed us to enjoy in a healthy marriage relationship."--Gary J. Oliver, Ph.D., executive director of The Center for Relationship Enrichment at John Brown University and author of Mad About Us
"Dr. Clarke's book is a clarion call to the reality that marriage is not a business relationship but a warm, intimate interface of two unique individuals becoming one, and that this relationship can be kept vibrant and meaningful by a romance that need never grow cold. It will help reignite the fire that has grown cold for many."--Harold J. Sala, Ph.D., founder and president of Guidelines International