Sex is a mind AND body thing, not just one or the other. Often when people feel that something is missing or not working, a clue to that feeling is in the connection–or lack thereof–between the mind and the body. Good Sex dives into developing a meditation/spiritual practice to discover ways to enjoy life, relationships, your self, and being more connected during sexual practices. But particularly for those who struggle with keeping the live connection between their body and mind (as can happen for trauma survivors) Good Sex takes aim right at how to rebuild those links. The personal anecdotes give the reader permission to dive below the surface of experiences, and work through practical solutions and choosing whether to check-out or not. All inclusive perspective with a frank presentation, Good Sex can help you cultivate a better acceptance of self through dedicated mindfulness practice.