Have you gotten stuck going through the motions? Are you and your husband more like roommates instead of the fun couple you used to be? What if there was an easy, fun way to makeover your marriage that didn't involve tons of cash or couples therapy? It's time you heard about forty little Beads...
Here are a few questions to help you decide if The Forty Beads Method is right for you. If you answer yes to most of the following questions, then you’re ready to begin Beading.
Do you love your husband?
Do you want to stay married to him?
Are you interested in making your relationship the best (happiest, most easeful, most fun) it can be?
Are you willing to incorporate changes in order to develop a better relationship?
Do you ever experience any confusion, anger or stress associated with sex in your marriage?
Do you have this sneaking suspicion that your relationship has the potential to be better than it is?
Do you find value in feeling emotionally connected to your husband?
Are you interested in making sex in your marriage something that you want to do instead of something you feel like you should do?
The Forty Beads Method is a fun, totally innovative approach to sex in a marriage that creates lasting, positive results. The Method dissolves the negative tension that builds around sex in a marriage and replaces it with the sex life you always thought you should have, which in turn creates the relationship you've always wanted. Everything you need to know to begin using The Forty Beads Method—from its women-tested rules to every important subtlety—is in the book Forty Beads: The Simple Sexy Secret for Transforming Your Marriage.
"Once I realized the profound impact that the Beads were having on my marriage, I wanted to tell all my friends about it. So I did. I got a handful of my friends using The Forty Beads Method and pretty soon I had women I didn't know calling and emailing me to get the scoop. I met with women individually at every Starbucks and tiny coffee shop around—leaning in close to give them the skinny on how to use The Forty Beads Method."
- CAROLYN EVANS