Sex therapist talks about chocolate addiction
Hot off the speaking circuit Bettina Arndt, author, writer and sex therapist stops by to share a few secrets on Why wives would rather eat chocolate, making for an interesting morning when the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network meet for their July breakfast at Maroochydore Surf Club on July 12, 2011.
It was sex that made Bettina Arndt famous as one of Australia's first sex therapists, editor of Forum magazine, former clinical psychologist and writer of five books including international best seller The Sex Diaries. After over thirty five years on the professional speaking circuit, Bettina knows all about keeping an audience riveted and is bound to ensure the morning is an engaging, humorous and informative one.
Sue Willis, President of the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network says she is looking forward to welcoming Bettina to the Coast and hearing some of Bettina’s intriguing and entertaining stories including why wives would rather eat chocolate, what men and women really want along with other controversial topics.
“We are grateful to welcome Bettina to our breakfast meeting, given that she is in hot demand and is busy travelling around the country, having a great time talking about her favourite topic – sex.”
“Bettina will be sharing insights from her recent book What Men Want – In Bed where she talks about the plight of Australia’s sex starved men which is sure to attract the interest of local ladies!” said Sue.
Bettina regularly speaks at various clubs, writer’s festivals, ladies lunches and business groups about her exciting research, but on a more serious note Bettina is also a respected social commentator who has been invited onto government advisory committees covering issues from family law to childcare and ageing.
“An inspiring and talented lady, Bettina tells us the highlights of her career in sex include having her own talk-back radio show, being banned for two years from live television and radio and becoming the person that everyone came to for advice about sex. So ladies make sure you get some sleep the night before” said Sue Willis.
This interesting morning is sponsored by Heritage Building Society and will continue with a post breakfast workshop to be presented by Joannah Bernard of JLB & Associates. Stay on and learn more about conflict resolution in the workplace and most importantly ‘communicating for results’ – effective negotiation techniques and how to take the emotion out of conflict management.
The morning commences at 6.30am for coffee and networking with breakfast at 7.00am.
Tickets are $37 for members and $54.50 for non-members. For booking information please book online at our new website www.scbwn.org.au or alternatively contact Chelsea Hunter on 0412 525 854 before Wednesday 6 July.
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