Protecting Your Emotional G Spot
By Suzette R. Hinton
Reviewed by Angie Mangino
Rating: 3 stars
With so much emphasis on the G-spot, the author’s
reason for writing this book is to share from her point of view and life
experiences what she calls the emotional G-spot, and how to protect it.
“With the focus on location, location, location and
how to pleasure it epically once we arrive, we are missing something just as
significant. The real G-spot is not between your legs. Even before your panties
are thrown over your head and his pants fall to the floor, it’s been stimulate
to the point of no return.”
The author looks at relationships in eighteen
chapters with titles such as “Tell
Yourself the Truth,” “A Defensive Man Can’t Love,” “Church Announcements,” and “You
Can’t Help Who You Love? Nonsense!”
Written in a simple conversational style, this book
offers situational examples and some quotes from others, to get the reader
thinking about the emotional aspect in relationships. While some of the specific examples may not
apply to one’s own life, the emotional promptings behind them are universal.
Readers may not agree with all of the author’s
conclusions, but in disagreeing will be evaluating their own relationships,
becoming more secure and less vulnerable in the process.