Mama Gena's School of Womanly Arts: Using the Power of Pleasure to Have Your Way with the World

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Simon and Schuster, 2002 M05 1 - 192 pages
The book that shows women how celebrating their sensuality can help them achieve their dreams—“think of it as The Power of Positive Thinking as interpreted by Anais Nin” (The New York Times).

Relationship expert Regena Thomashauer teaches the lost “womanly arts” of identifying your desires, having fun no matter where you are, knowing sensual pleasure, befriending your inner bitch, flirting (in a way that makes your day, not just his), and more—because making pleasure your priority can actually help you reach your goals. So if you need a refresher course in fun—and you know you do—come to Mama.
 

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User Review  - Jenny Rebecca - Goodreads

This book is so much fun and empowering. It shouldn't be taken as the Bible, but she definitely has some excellent points about living your most happy and fabulous life. Read full review

Excellent!!!

User Review  - missJ - Borders

Mama changed my life! I was depressed in the dating scene...read Mama's book and did the exercises and whalla... I'm dating so much and having a blast! May the best man win... ME. :-) Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
The Case for Pleasure
9
The Womanly Art of Whetting Your Own Appetite
39
The Womanly Art of Having Fun No Matter What
54
The Womanly Art of Sensual Pleasure
69
The Womanly Art of Flirtation
89
The Womanly Art of Owning Your Beauty
100
The Womanly Art of Partying with Your Inner Bitch
114
The Womanly Art of Owning and Operating Men
134
The Womanly Art of Inviting Abundance
157
The Sister Goddess Study Guide
175
About the Author
182
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Page 8 - Dysphoric mood or loss of interest or pleasure in all or almost all usual activities and pastimes.

About the author (2002)

Regena (derived from the Latin for "queen") Thomashauer is the author of Mama Gena's School of Womanly Arts and Mama Gena's Owner's and Operator's Guide to Men. She lives in Manhattan with her husband and daughter.

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