Nature’s Tit-for-Tat, Keeping Score and the Importance of Creating Frequent Foreplay Miles

What would happen if every couple accumulated Frequent Foreplay Miles™ with the same enthusiasm as travelers collect frequent flier miles?

It is an interesting question in that we all at some level, perhaps even sub-consciously keep score in our relationships.  A kind of “Let’s Make a Deal” Russian roulette in which the odds are ultimately stacked in the divorce lawyers favor.

Given the fact that 50% of all marriages end in divorce, Shela Dean’s bestselling book “Frequent Foreplay Miles: Your Ticket to Total Intimacy” channels what she refers to as “the human proclivity to keep score” in a “positive direction,” by providing couples with a “common language with which to communicate.”

Joining me on our November 25th show to discuss her book, and delve a little deeper into the key principles upon which the Frequent Foreplay Miles concept has been based is Shela Dean.

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The Video:

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About Shela:

Shela Dean is a Relationship Happiness Coach and speaker. She has counseled more than 2,000 couples since 1983 and is the author of the upcoming book Frequent Foreplay Miles, Your Ticket to Total Intimacy! – a guide to improving intimacy for couples. You can read an excerpt from the book and even pre-order a copy. Shela began studying the dynamics of personal relationships during her two-decade career as an estate and family attorney before retiring from law to begin coaching in 2004. Her unique blend of humor, insight, and practical meat-and-potatoes approach, helps couples find a better way to navigate the friendly, and sometimes not-so-friendly, skies of life while having a darned good time doing it. In her words . . .

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Shela and Dale Dean On-Track & On-Time

Remember to use the following On-Demand Player to access the November 25th live broadcast of “Nature’s Tit-for-Tat, Keeping Score and the Importance of Creating Frequent Foreplay Miles.”

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