Many women find themselves in an unfortunate predicament after several years of coupling with their partners.The story often goes something like this: Countless hours spent searching for a mate finally leads to the appearance of a suitable "Mr.Although it is written for teenagers and young adults with Asperger's Syndrome, it would meet the needs of all.It is written in clear, direct and easy to understand language...I thoroughly recommend it and feel that children and teenagers will get different things from the book depending on their own individual level of development and personal situation.They can easily revisit the sections that are relevant to their own lives.To accept cookies from this site, please click the Allow button below.Puberty is a time of huge change in the physical body, in emotional experience and in social relationships.
This book is easy to read and equips the reader with a fund of information.She never lingers on a point for too long therefore making it seem awkward yet she covers just about every question a pre-teen/teenager may have.' - Asperger Newsletter East Anglia 'Sarah Attwood has a background as a sexuality educator and has a sister with Asperger's Syndrome, so she clearly has the right credentials to write this much needed book.It was incredibly easy to read and free from any sense of awkwardness that a book on sex can have...Making Sense of Sex is a thorough guide written in unambiguous language with helpful diagrams, explanations and practical advice for young people approaching puberty and beyond.'Making Sense of Sex is a clear, explicit and informative book that would be of use to young people, parents, teachers, and psychologists; in fact for anyone whose role requires them to deal with the subject of sexuality.
Adventurous participants are given the opportunity to smell, hear, taste, touch, see and move their way to a greater understanding of the subconscious processes that drive our behavior and desires.