A man on a mission to help men and women gain a stronger and richer relationship, Stephan LaBossiere grew up in Miami, Florida. He then moved to and settled in Atlanta. Mr. LaBossiere has worked as an entrepreneur for the past ten years as well as a life soach, motivational speaker and a relationship consultant to dating and married couples.
Stephan LaBossiere is busy promoting his first book titled How to Get a Married Woman to Have Sex with You… if You’re Her Husband which is the “first book in a series aimed to break down the barriers and turn the battle of the sexes into nothing more than a pillow fight with a mutually pleasing ending.”
Please tell us a bit about your book and what you hope readers take away from reading it.
My book is about closing the communication gap between men and women, and therefore helping both sides have more satisfying and fulfilling relationships in and outside the bedroom. A lot of women do not want to have to tell their partners what it is they need to do; they feel you should have figured it out by now or just know. Unfortunately, men are still left in the dark about some of the real reasons they aren’t getting the amount of sex they desire. This book will help in eliminating this issue. What I hope readers can take away from this book is that unless we begin to really understand and tune into our partners, we will continue to struggle with our relationships and short change ourselves as well as our partners when it comes to what we all need and desire in our unions.
Who/what inspires you the most within your book?
What inspires me the most is just the desire to see people in happier more fulfilling relationships. I feel that marriage is extremely important to our society. There is such a negative light cast upon marriage and how things just go downhill after you say “I do”. I want to do my part to help improve the state of marital affairs which I believe will then have a positive impact on our society and the quality of life.
Do you have a favorite line or excerpt from your book?
It’s really hard to pick a favorite line or excerpt from the book because there are plenty to choose from, but I will go with this excerpt below:
“If you have the audacity to think that you can just walk up to your wife and ask her what she wants and what turns her on, then you are sadly mistaken buddy. I mean sure, normal sane minded people understand that saying what you want will give you a better chance of getting what you want, but how dare you assume your wife is sane minded. SHE IS A WOMAN! And I say that with a lot of love and respect”
It just points out in a lighthearted and funny way one of the biggest issues which is a woman’s desire to not have to spell it out to her partner what she wants, and how we men fail to realize that.
If your current release were to be turned into a movie, who would you love to see play what characters and why?
I would just be honored to have my work turned into a movie. There are so many talented actors and I would be blessed with whoever was involved.
What are your favorite aspects of writing?
Just being able to express myself and get my message across. It’s a great feeling to see it materialize and put together in a way that you can feel proud about.
Your least favorite aspects of writing?
Finding the time and focus to get my thoughts on paper. Fighting through the distractions of life to finally complete a project, and get it done properly.
Who are some of your favorite authors/books?
I can’t say I have any favorite authors just yet, but I really enjoyed reading The Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren. I also enjoyed God’s Plan for Prosperity by Mark Gorman, and Prison to Praise by Merlin Carothers. Those books all had a very positive impact on my life.
What are you reading right now?
Currently I am reading The Star Crossed Saga: Protostar by Braxton A. Cosby and I am really enjoying it thus far.
If you could have a dinner party and invite five authors – dead or alive – who would they be and what would you serve them?
I would go with Mark Gorman, Rick Warren, Merlin Carothers, Joel Osteen, and Braxton A. Cosby. Now I hate cooking, so it’s hard to come up with a menu. I know I would focus on serving something that is healthy because I do advocate healthy eating.
What is a book that you wish you could say that you had written and why?
I would have to say The Purpose Driven Life. It is such a positive and powerful book that I am sure has helped so many people. I would love to be able to make as much of a positive impact as that book has made.
What is the greatest piece of advice (for writing and/or just living) that you have heard?
Stay true to yourself. I think that is some of the best advice for life as well as writing.Powered by Sidelines