Tuesday, May 11, 2010

New Book "Spice Up Your Marriage" Helps Couples Re-energise Their Relationships

New Book "Spice Up Your Marriage" Helps Couples Re-energise Their Relationships

In a new book, author Stephen Simes offers advice on the challenges and issues a couple may face if they try to have a fun, committed and passionate marriage "Spice Up Your Marriage" is an insightful, engaging and humorous book designed to support couples who want more than to just stay together.

Wellington, New Zealand (PRWEB) September 3, 2008

To author Stephen Simes, passion is not just the domain of the young, fit and beautiful. His new book "Spice Up Your Marriage: In Search of Fun, Commitment and Passion (http://www. amazon. com/Spice-your-Marriage-commitment-passion/dp/0473138271/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1220176829&sr=1-2)", just released on Amazon. com (http://www. amazon. com/Spice-your-Marriage-commitment-passion/dp/0473138271/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1220176829&sr=1-2), addresses the issues and challenges facing all married couples looking to put fun back on the agenda. The book offers useful, and at times entertaining, suggestions to improve any relationship.

"Even physically exhausted and emotionally drained couples have the right, and the ability, to have satisfying sexual experiences that enhance their relationship. Joyful, passionate sex doesn't just belong to a certain group of individuals," Simes says. "There is a whole world out there trying to maintain intimacy while coping with the pressures of modern life."

"Spice Up Your Marriage" aims to support and inspire couples who want to create a healthy relationship (http://www. amazon. com/Spice-your-Marriage-commitment-passion/dp/0473138271/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1220176829&sr=1-2) that is not only committed and supportive, but vibrant, passionate and fun. The book looks at tests couples may face, and those that need to be addressed in order for a relationship to reach the point where fun and adventure can be experienced. Simes also discusses personal challenges, as well as spicy games readers can play. However, the book stops at the bedroom door. There is no sexually explicit advice or information in the book, so it can be left around the house without fear of children picking it up and asking awkward questions.

Among other topics, "Spice Up Your Marriage (http://www. amazon. com/Spice-your-Marriage-commitment-passion/dp/0473138271/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1220176829&sr=1-2)" discusses toxic arguments, passion, monogamy and how to initiate playtime.

"Spice Up Your Marriage" is the result of Simes' determination to make his own marriage work. "After ten years of marriage, I had to admit that I wasn't very good at it, and the cracks were starting to show. A moment of crisis forced me to choose: leave or stay? I soon realized that just staying was not enough. Our marriage needed to be interesting, creative, loving, supportive and fun, or else we would stumble from crisis to crisis."

"We can all aspire to improve our relationships," Simes says. "If we want a marriage that really hums, we need to be open to the idea that marriage can be great, fantastic and wonderful, and we need to take ownership of the possibility that we can be passionate and skillful even if we aren't young, fit or beautiful."

"Spice Up Your Marriage: In Search of Fun, Commitment and Passion", by Stephen Simes, is now available at Amazon. com (http://www. amazon. com/Spice-your-Marriage-commitment-passion/dp/0473138271/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1220176829&sr=1-2).

For further information and media inquiries, contact:
Stephen Simes
SUYMpress @ xtra. co. nz