‘Men don’t Marry for Sex’ Dr. Robert Hustrulid

Dr. Robert Hustrulid has been married and divorced twice. He has two children from his first marriage and he watched them struggle with the negative consequences of the marital disruptions. As a physician practicing for more than 40, he also watched many others going through the same thing and wondered what, if anything, could be done to prevent the pain and suffering so many people experience.

His research led him to two basic ideas. First, he believes that all people are born basically good. We may be upset by certain behaviors, but there are very few people out there who intend to hurt us or make our lives miserable. Second, if something doesn’t make sense, it’s because we don’t have all the facts. Usually, when things look a little nutty at first glance, they often make perfect sense once you get enough information to fill in the blanks.

And it took him about 30 years, to “fill in the blanks” and make sense out of marriage and relationships. He shares his insightful breakthroughs in a delightful new book, titled, Men Don’t Marry for Sex: Overturning the Assumptions on Why Men and Women Get Married.



About Susun Weed

Susun Weed began studying herbal medicine in 1965 and wrote her first book Wise Woman Herbal for the Childbearing Year in 1985. In addition to her writing, Ms. Weed trains apprentices, oversees the work of more than 300 correspondence course students, coordinates the activities of The Wise Woman Center, and is a High Priestess of Dianic Wicca, a member of the Sisterhood of the Shields, and a Peace Elder.

Susun is one of America’s best-known authorities on herbal medicine and natural approaches to women’s health. Her four best-selling books are recommended by expert herbalists and well-known physicians and are used and cherished by millions of women around the world.

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