She Comes First will condense a wealth of experience and expertise into a simple, essential rule book; it will elaborate on the principles and philosophy that underlie those rules and, in doing so, offer nothing less than the definitive guide to the grammar of love.
In Love as with any language, in order to express yourself fluently, in order to make your subject sing and soar, you must be thoroughly acquainted with the rules of grammar and style.
One of my favorite books on the subject is the indispensable classic Elements of Style. I don’t think I would have made it through freshman comp, or survived college as an English major, without that slim, dog-eared paperback tucked away in my back pocket. In the able hands of authors Strunk and White, grammar was not simply made understandable and meaningful—it was made beautiful.
But don’t get me wrong: I’m not some Casanova or Don Juan, vainly putting words down on paper in order to boast and strut—far from it. Through much of my life I’ve suffered terribly from sexual dysfunction, and I know all too well the humiliation, anxiety, and despair. If anything, this book was written in the sincere hope that other men might develop effective “love habits”—ones that will enable them, along with their partners, to suffer less than I have, or perhaps not at all.
As Tennessee Williams wrote of the marriage bed in his play Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, “When a marriage goes on the rocks, the rocks are there, right there!” Well, here’s to getting rid of the rocks and smoothing out the sheets.
This book It’s also one of the greatest gifts of love a man can bestow upon a woman.Language: English
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