What if you and your partner could feel much more deeply connected just by taking turns answering a series of questions together?
This method was proven in a study at Stony Brook University to cause the couple to feel more emotionally connected and loving towards each other – even if the couple had just met. This simple but astonishing program shows you how to set up a “date” where you talk about this.
We take it a few steps farther by turning it into a game.
Just be ready for interesting results.
He’s frequently interviewed in women’s and health magazines including Prevention, Women’s Health, Medical Daily, CNBC, Glamour, Redbook, Ask Men, etc.
Steve has a Doctorate of Human Sexuality from the IASHS, and a BS in Biochemistry from UNC-Chapel Hill. He’s the author of numerous books dealing with wellness, massage and intimacy.
As well Steve has been published in peer-reviewed journals on a variety of topics ranging from neuroscience research to sexology and has multiple US & International patents in various areas related to women’s pelvic, abdominal and sexual health.
Over the last 8 years he has worked with several thousand women and couples in orgasm related research. His graduate research focus was on helping women with anorgasmia (inability to achieve orgasm).
Steve McGough began his interest in wellness at 8 by studying Tai Chi and QiGong. At the time he was morbidly obese but within a few years lost over 60 lbs. For the rest of his life, he has studied and taught martial arts, massage, and Eastern health-related practices. He provides lectures and training programs both in the United States and internationally.
Steve lives with his wife Wendy and their daughter in Carolina Beach, NC (USA).
You can contact Steve through the site or via Twitter at: @Dr_SteveMcGough