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Hi All, 

Is sex an issue in your marriage? It sure used to be a problem in mine. I've been married for 15 years now and we've had our share of struggles--especially around sex--specifically, the frequency with which it did or did not occur--but no more. A couple of years ago, totally by accident, I developed this really fun method that absolutely transformed my sex life and that saved my marriage. It's called The Forty Beads Method and I can't wait for you to learn all about it. The book Forty Beads; The Simple, Sexy Secret for Transforming Your Marriage will be available on April 26th, 2011 from Running Press where ever books are sold. Please connect with me through my website Facebook or twitter. I'll attach a link to my book trailer--just to give you a taste of what it's all about. Can't wait for you to Bead well and Bead Happy in your marriage and your life! ::Carolyn

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I have a casting notice that may be of interest to you and your meet up group.  We are Shed Media US, producers of ABC’S  “Supernanny”,  Bravo’s “Real Housewives of New York City”, “Bethenny Getting Married?”, and Animal Planet’s “It’s Me Or The Dog”.  We are currently casting a new relationship docu-series for married couples who want to reconnect and rekindle their love lives.  Whether it’s schedules, children, or just life in general, their love lives have been put on the back burner!  The series will involve a 7 day challenge that will include romantic homework assignments and a romantic getaway to recapture the passion that brought them together.  We are looking for local Los Angeles couples and there is compensation.  Thanks so much for your time and I look forward to hearing from you!


Best Regards,


Annette Ivy

Casting Producer

Shed Media US

3800 Barham Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA  90068

323-904-4680    x1061


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