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#1 Amazon Best Seller! ─ Heal Your Relationship with Sex Overcome your discomfort: Living An Orgasmic Life is written for anyone who finds sex challenging or feels uncomfortable with their sex life. Women who are alienated from their erotic side due to sexual abuse or trauma will find healing balm in these pages. Women who can’t surrender into pleasure, can’t sustain #1 Amazon Best Seller! ─ Heal Your Relationship with Sex Overcome your discomfort: Living An Orgasmic Life is written for anyone who finds sex challenging or feels uncomfortable with their sex life. Women who are alienated from their erotic side due to sexual abuse or trauma will find healing balm in these pages. Women who can’t surrender into pleasure, can’t sustain intimacy, or want to reclaim and feel empowered in their sexuality will greatly benefit from this book.Awaken your sexuality: Challenges with sexuality are all too common in our society and not frequently discussed in an open and thoughtful manner. In Living An Orgasmic Life, Xanet Pailet explores the many reasons that cause women to disconnect from their sexuality including: shame, body image issues, sexual abuse and trauma, physical wounding, and fears of intimacy. She teaches practical advice and tools to help women awaken to their sexuality in a healthy way and reclaim their libido.Add sex back into your marriage: According to the National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior, 20% of married couples are only having sex once a month—that’s considered a sexless marriage. And those numbers are likely significantly under-reported and do not account for the large number of women and men who stay in their marriage for other reasons (e.g. money, children) but have completely unsatisfying sex lives. Even so, the number of reported sexless marriages has quadrupled in the last 20 years. Living An Orgasmic Life is filled with lessons and practical exercises that can take your sex life from non-existent or mediocre to fulfilling on every level.Author Xanet Pailet notes: “I wrote this book because I am passionate about helping individuals who feel broken reclaim their sexuality and their pleasure, and transform their lives. I want women who are struggling with sex to understand that help is available and that they can have healthy, passionate sex lives. I wrote this book for the 20 year old who was date raped, the 30 year old mom who was traumatized during childbirth, the 40 year old divorced women who has never experienced an orgasm, the 50 year old who is struggling with menopause and low libido, and the 60 plus year old women who is ready to explore her sexuality and experience orgasmic bliss.” No matter the situation of your love life, Living An Orgasmic Life can help you rediscover the joy and pleasure of sex.Living An Orgasmic Life is a must read if you desire a better relationship with your partner, juicier sex and more passion in your love life. After reading this book, you will learn: Why it’s so hard to talk about sex in a world where everything is about sex The #1 reason women lose their desire for sex and what to do about it How sexual trauma can occur and how to heal it Your sexual blueprint: what it is and how to read it How attachment theory relates to your intimate life What the journey to sexual healing looks like How to find your path to pleasure Awakening your body through somatic and hands-on healing How to reignite your libido The truth about your pleasure potential What you can do to start living an orgasmic life


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#1 Amazon Best Seller! ─ Heal Your Relationship with Sex Overcome your discomfort: Living An Orgasmic Life is written for anyone who finds sex challenging or feels uncomfortable with their sex life. Women who are alienated from their erotic side due to sexual abuse or trauma will find healing balm in these pages. Women who can’t surrender into pleasure, can’t sustain #1 Amazon Best Seller! ─ Heal Your Relationship with Sex Overcome your discomfort: Living An Orgasmic Life is written for anyone who finds sex challenging or feels uncomfortable with their sex life. Women who are alienated from their erotic side due to sexual abuse or trauma will find healing balm in these pages. Women who can’t surrender into pleasure, can’t sustain intimacy, or want to reclaim and feel empowered in their sexuality will greatly benefit from this book.Awaken your sexuality: Challenges with sexuality are all too common in our society and not frequently discussed in an open and thoughtful manner. In Living An Orgasmic Life, Xanet Pailet explores the many reasons that cause women to disconnect from their sexuality including: shame, body image issues, sexual abuse and trauma, physical wounding, and fears of intimacy. She teaches practical advice and tools to help women awaken to their sexuality in a healthy way and reclaim their libido.Add sex back into your marriage: According to the National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior, 20% of married couples are only having sex once a month—that’s considered a sexless marriage. And those numbers are likely significantly under-reported and do not account for the large number of women and men who stay in their marriage for other reasons (e.g. money, children) but have completely unsatisfying sex lives. Even so, the number of reported sexless marriages has quadrupled in the last 20 years. Living An Orgasmic Life is filled with lessons and practical exercises that can take your sex life from non-existent or mediocre to fulfilling on every level.Author Xanet Pailet notes: “I wrote this book because I am passionate about helping individuals who feel broken reclaim their sexuality and their pleasure, and transform their lives. I want women who are struggling with sex to understand that help is available and that they can have healthy, passionate sex lives. I wrote this book for the 20 year old who was date raped, the 30 year old mom who was traumatized during childbirth, the 40 year old divorced women who has never experienced an orgasm, the 50 year old who is struggling with menopause and low libido, and the 60 plus year old women who is ready to explore her sexuality and experience orgasmic bliss.” No matter the situation of your love life, Living An Orgasmic Life can help you rediscover the joy and pleasure of sex.Living An Orgasmic Life is a must read if you desire a better relationship with your partner, juicier sex and more passion in your love life. After reading this book, you will learn: Why it’s so hard to talk about sex in a world where everything is about sex The #1 reason women lose their desire for sex and what to do about it How sexual trauma can occur and how to heal it Your sexual blueprint: what it is and how to read it How attachment theory relates to your intimate life What the journey to sexual healing looks like How to find your path to pleasure Awakening your body through somatic and hands-on healing How to reignite your libido The truth about your pleasure potential What you can do to start living an orgasmic life

30 review for Living An Orgasmic Life: Heal Yourself and Awaken Your Pleasure

  1. 4 out of 5

    Barbara (The Bibliophage)

    Xanet Pailet is a woman with a cause. She wants everyone to begin Living an Orgasmic Life, and her book offers plenty of ideas and information. Her subtitle, Heal Yourself and Awaken Your Pleasure also gives you some clues about where she’s going with this. Fundamentally, this is a book about personal growth and transformation of a very specific type. Pailet starts her conversation about adult sexuality with some of her own story, including many years in a sexless marriage. But this isn’t a memoi Xanet Pailet is a woman with a cause. She wants everyone to begin Living an Orgasmic Life, and her book offers plenty of ideas and information. Her subtitle, Heal Yourself and Awaken Your Pleasure also gives you some clues about where she’s going with this. Fundamentally, this is a book about personal growth and transformation of a very specific type. Pailet starts her conversation about adult sexuality with some of her own story, including many years in a sexless marriage. But this isn’t a memoir. She also includes lots of real-life stories from her coaching practice. They make the book’s concepts feel more relatable and realistic. It’s important to be prepared for language that runs the gamut from anatomical to slang, all describing body parts and sexual activities. I wouldn’t leave this book where a ten-year-old could find it! Speaking of anatomy, Pailet teaches her readers about crucial body-specific factors in sexual activity. For example, why certain body parts work the way they do, and how our knowledge can make life better. She also covers the physiological aspects of sex—why those anatomical parts work together the way they do. But don’t think this is all charts and boring schoolmarm stuff. Far from it! Another aspect to Pailet’s book is how previous events in people’s lives can affect their current sexual activities. She discusses how overcoming trauma, abuse, and shame is a vital step towards living an orgasmic life. Our emotions around these experiences greatly affect our ability to achieve emotional intimacy. Pailet is sensitive and caring, as well as knowledgeable about this aspect of relationships. My conclusions Pailet teaches by telling stories, her own and her clients. So nearly every suggestion has a real-life illustration. It makes for a conversational book, which is appropriate given the subject matter. She also suggests many exercises to complete outside the book—from journaling to work with a partner. An example is her “timeline exercise” where a woman lists any and all physical wounds—from infections to childbirth to surgeries. Pailet explains that these events affect our ability to fully engage in sexual activity. Having just read Rebecca Traister’s recent book discussing the #metoo movement in some detail, I struggled with some parts of Pailet’s book. Her perspective on women’s most common fantasy scenario is hard for me to stomach, even if it’s based in statistical reality. I’m just not sure yet how to reconcile my resurfaced #metoo feelings with Pailet’s perspective. On the other hand, Pailet’s discussion of the ways masculine and feminine energies have changed our sex lives in the last 40-50 years is logical. She touches on social commentary without leaving the world of practical advice. I also think it makes a lot of sense to connect sexual energy with both creativity and overall life energy. Given this connection, it’s even more beneficial to implement her strategies. Pailet pulls everything together, and makes this book applicable to every phase of adult life. She has states that the book is meant to be inclusive. But honestly, the pronouns are binary. Plus, the wording and client stories are mostly hetero and cis gendered. However, a few of the web sites she refers readers to are much more inclusive. You may blush your way through the beginning of the book, but when you settle into the rhythm and language, I’ll bet you find some ideas to incorporate in your own life. Acknowledgements Many thanks to the author for giving me an advanced reader’s copy of the book in exchange for this honest review. Originally published on my book blog, TheBibliophage.com.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rainbowheart

    I am so fucking sick of pro-rape apologetics that seem to revel in women's supposed "natural" desire to have men disrespect and abuse them. I cannot believe this book was written with trauma survivors in mind. I would never recommend this piece of misogynistic garbage to women who have been abused, or any other women for that matter. I am so fucking sick of pro-rape apologetics that seem to revel in women's supposed "natural" desire to have men disrespect and abuse them. I cannot believe this book was written with trauma survivors in mind. I would never recommend this piece of misogynistic garbage to women who have been abused, or any other women for that matter.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jacia

    This book went some strange ways, but by the time Xanet began telling rape victims things like “oh that’s where your sexuality comes from” i was totally done. It seemed very masturbatory— not in a pleasant way— and she patted herself on the back constantly.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Millie Brown

    Xanet Pailet's Living an Orgasmic Life covers a lot of ground. It is a book for healing from sexual trama, which is not new, but it is a book that makes enjoying sex and orgasms as women are meant to do, part and parcel with the healing process. It covers the physical and the emotional and goes into quite a bit of detail about how our bodies rewact physically to stimulation as well as how we react emotionally, and how those reactions might be differeent when earlier abuse is a factor. Not everyone Xanet Pailet's Living an Orgasmic Life covers a lot of ground. It is a book for healing from sexual trama, which is not new, but it is a book that makes enjoying sex and orgasms as women are meant to do, part and parcel with the healing process. It covers the physical and the emotional and goes into quite a bit of detail about how our bodies rewact physically to stimulation as well as how we react emotionally, and how those reactions might be differeent when earlier abuse is a factor. Not everyone will like the aknowledgement that erotic power exchange exists at all, that being a woman and submitting sexually to a man can be a turn on, but that is one of the things that abuse can steal from a woman. The pleasure of submission to a dominent is stolen when the ability to trust is gone. That is not to say that every woman is turned on by submission, or even wants to be. But some are and if you are one, that is ok and terribly hard to get back to when abuse is in your past. I think it is a good book and well worth reading.

  5. 5 out of 5

    BookLover

    Every man should read this book. Why? Xanet teaches both men and women to get in touch with their feelings. This is what an orgasmic life is all about.Xanet’s stories make the reader think about the perils in their own relationships. The insights are very powerful. Her description of fear, anxiety and most importantly, shame is powerful and is a good learning lesson for men and women about sexual desire and arousal. Shame impacts both men and women and learning how to accept it is an important les Every man should read this book. Why? Xanet teaches both men and women to get in touch with their feelings. This is what an orgasmic life is all about.Xanet’s stories make the reader think about the perils in their own relationships. The insights are very powerful. Her description of fear, anxiety and most importantly, shame is powerful and is a good learning lesson for men and women about sexual desire and arousal. Shame impacts both men and women and learning how to accept it is an important lesson. Xanet gives powerful examples in her book on shame and how to deal with it. The final chapter on the power of living an orgasmic life with the examples and the literature cited provide a powerful driving force on why an orgasmic life is so crucial to the maximization of life. Xanet’s book brings it all together. While the focus is on the female, every male interested in pleasing his female partner needs to read this book. And the link between sexuality in an orgasmic life and the resulting power of intuition should not be overlooked by anyone.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Carla Sutton

    Sex is problematic for many women, not just those who are survivors of abuse and sexual trauma. We are conditioned from a very young age to be ashamed of our own desires and pleasures, to be full of anxiety around our sexuality and to feel disconnected from our bodies. The author of Living an Orgasmic Life was living in a sexless marriage for 12 years before realizing she needed to heal sexually and discover her own sexual pleasure. This book tells of of her own life experience and goes on from t Sex is problematic for many women, not just those who are survivors of abuse and sexual trauma. We are conditioned from a very young age to be ashamed of our own desires and pleasures, to be full of anxiety around our sexuality and to feel disconnected from our bodies. The author of Living an Orgasmic Life was living in a sexless marriage for 12 years before realizing she needed to heal sexually and discover her own sexual pleasure. This book tells of of her own life experience and goes on from there to help all women (and men as well) to allow themselves to get out of their heads, relax, and truly enjoy sex.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Michael Kitay-Moore

    Though the author comes from a very different framework from myself, I found this to be extremely helpful in eliminating the shame that I’ve had concerning my own sexuality. The book is catered to woman for sure but she doesn’t leave men out and there is much insight that I garnered from it. If you read this, approach it with an open mind and don’t feel the need to agree with the author’s beliefs or practices. Take what is helpful and if something is uncomfortable or triggers you—use it as an op Though the author comes from a very different framework from myself, I found this to be extremely helpful in eliminating the shame that I’ve had concerning my own sexuality. The book is catered to woman for sure but she doesn’t leave men out and there is much insight that I garnered from it. If you read this, approach it with an open mind and don’t feel the need to agree with the author’s beliefs or practices. Take what is helpful and if something is uncomfortable or triggers you—use it as an opportunity for introspection. You may still disagree with the thing that triggered you in the end but maybe it will help you uproot some shame you weren’t completely conscious of.

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