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sincerely love. There is no black art about this, but merely
psychological attraction, and by its use you can win the love of the
person whose affection you desire.
When you desire the "love" of any one whom you meet, you can very
readily reach him if you observe the directions here given.
Chapter three is a special chapter for young women, on a special
subject, and contains advice which every young lady should study.
It teaches them: What marriage is, and explains how highly injurious
it is to entertain low ideas regarding it;
How a young lady should act in the presence of young men;
What a girl should do when a prospect of marriage occurs.
It tells some of the most prolific sources of matrimonial
difficulties, and how to remedy them;
What ladies should do who desire that their husbands should be amiable
What attentions are due to you _as a lady_.
Cautions against the failing of young ladies making themselves too
Tells what "woman" is formed to be.
Warns against indiscretions before marriage, and teaches that under
all circumstance a lady will be looked to to resist any advances, and
maintain her purity and virtue.
Tells what is the nature, naturally, of young women;
How a young woman should act when receiving the attentions of a young
How you will know when the young man whom you _should marry_ presents
himself to you;
What a man needs a wife for, and how to qualify yourself for the
About misunderstandings in early married life;
How a young mother feels towards her first-born.
Tells the good influence of virtuous love;
What young people should know before they become engaged.
Chapter four teaches about Love and Marriage; the attraction of the
sexes for each other; what love is; what causes it; individual loves;
fondness for cousins; different kinds of love; flirtation; the object
of marriage; should marriage be for life.
Chapter five: When to Marry--How to Select a Partner on Right
Treats of the proper age to marry; which marriages are the most happy;
which are the most productive of handsome children; how nature assists
art in the choice of partners; the attributes of a handsome couple,
Chapter six: Sexual Intercourse--Its Laws and Conditions--Its Use and
There is an alarming and increasing prevalence of nervous ailments and
complicated disorders that could be traced to have their sole origin
in the ignorance, which is so universal, of the laws of these organs.
This chapter teaches all about sexual morality; how men and women
should live; the law from the age of puberty to marriage; the law of
marriage; what a man who truly loves a woman will do; a true union;
how women are protected; the false and the true sense of duty; what is
the most powerful restraint from evil.
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