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How To Conceive The Gender Of Your Choice 101: A Glimpse At The Popular Pregnancy Guide

Despite the growing number of the world’s population, the circle of life continues: men and women come together to make a family. Indeed, having a baby, while overwhelming and challenging, can make anyone feel complete and fulfilled. The waiting time can also be a lot of fun as would-be parents try to guess the gender of their would-be child. But what if you want to make sure you get a little prince—or a little princess? Is it possible to determine the gender of your baby before you conceive?

The answer is yes, thanks to How to Conceive the Gender of Your Choice, a book that may very well become your next bible. This article aims to talk about the basics of this guide that is quickly becoming popular among couples. Read on and find out the principles that the guide rides on, the methods it endorses, and its pros and cons.

Who wrote it?

The book is written by Ashley Spencer, a baby gender consultant who shares her exciting as well as effective discoveries—which she herself has tried—through her writing.

What does the book offer?

The book presents methods on how a couple can successfully conceive a baby of the gender of their choice. The methods are also considered by experts to be with scientific basis and ultimately in keeping with years of study and research. This means that what the book offers are gender selection methods that really deliver.

What are some of the tips included?

Basically, the book gives out information on different ways so couples who are thinking of conceiving can have the wonderful opportunity to determine what their baby’s gender will be. Specifically, there are steps that couples need to follow to achieve their goal. There are eight chapters all in all, each fully packed with interesting and relevant information that you and your partner will find safe and pleasurable at the same time.

For instance, Chapter 1 talks about improving fertility and introduces the ideas behind gender selection. Gender selection is non-invasive because it works before the baby even exists. It is also a healthy way for couples to bond and rekindle the flame.

Chapter 2 talks about the right foods to take to get the baby gender you want. If you want to have a girl, there are certain foods your body needs to create the right environment. It’s the same principle if you want to have a boy.

Chapter 3 talks about how to have an orgasm and just how important orgasm is in determining your baby’s gender. Some couples are too conscious of the act itself that it becomes restricted; others are too focused on the goal of conceiving that sex becomes routine and feels forced. The book gives tips on how you and your partner can have satisfying sex, which is associated with success in getting your choice of baby gender.

Chapter 4 talks about sexual intercourse and the various factors that contribute to your baby’s gender, such as how long you have sex with your partner and what positions you do.

How to Conceive the Gender of Your Choice can be ordered online. For more information, check out reviews and see whether this book is for you.

About the author: Gus Steven is a pregnancy and diet expert. To read how you too can ensure your baby's health and look great at the same time visit Gus Steven's expert webpage on


Frequently Asked Questions

    Should There Be Strictly a Law 101 For Teens?
    Purpose: educating teens in high school to learn MORE about the consequences of certain criminal behavior (fear tactic for potentially rebellious teens) and enlightening those students (mostly females, some males) who are naive to dangers of certain criminal situations they may otherwise find themselves caught up in and cannot get out of. THE AIM: Saving kids lives.

    Should this be entirely the parents responsibility..........or both!

    • ANSWER:

      The only problem is that if you offer such a course then you have to get the curriculum approved by school district and then you need to see if the schools themselves are capable of teaching such a course. In other words, you need a lawyer to teach it or face the problem that the teacher can be accused of practicing law without a license. It has to be clear to the students that the course has not credential value. It is for learning purpose only.

      It is a good idea but so is teaching medicine but that runs into playing doctor without a license.

      Good Luck.

    Need some help with psychology 101 hw?
    1. _____ intelligence is relatively independent of education and includes reasoning, memory, and speed of processing, which declines slowly as people age.

    2. Low levels of arousal lead to _____ and high levels of arousal lead to _____.
    reduced behavior efficiency; reduced behavior efficiency
    increased behavior efficiency; reduced behavior efficiency
    increased behavior efficiency; increased behavior efficiency
    reduced behavior efficiency; increased behavior efficiency

    3. Which of the following is NOT true of a person who is high in nAch?
    they are not concerned with feedback about their performance
    they like moderately difficult tasks
    they take responsibility for their actions
    they do better in their professions

    4.depression and anxiety that may result during menopause is primarily the result of _________.
    hormonal changes
    cultural standards of beauty
    both a and b
    genetic changes

    5. Assimilation occurs when new information is _____.
    absorbed into existing schemas
    absorbed into new schemas

    6. Children raised under this parenting style are most socially competent and high achieving.
    permissive neglectful

    7. Erikson's identity crisis refers to _____.
    parents telling their adolescents to be someone they aren't
    peers convincing adolescents to behave against parental morals
    the inner conflict related to intense self-reflection and questioning
    amnesia about one's identity in a time of crisis

    8. The _____ principle asserts that the only motivation for behavior is the immediate gratification of needs.

    9. According to Rogerians, the information and beliefs you have about your nature, unique qualities, and typical behavior is called your _____.
    actualizing self

    10 Lola has not been able to control her worries for the last six months, and complains of insomnia and headaches. It is likely that Lola has ____
    panic attacks
    generalized anxiety disorder
    obsessive-compulsive disorder

    11. Someone who experiences episodes of mania or cycles between mania and depression has a _____.
    disruption of circadian rhythms
    bipolar disorder
    manic-depressive syndrome
    cyclothymia disorder

    12. Casey believes it is useless to keep writing because she has received so many manuscript rejections and only one screenplay acceptance. Beck would consider Casey's depression to be due to her use of _____.
    all-or-nothing thinking
    selective perception

    13. A client just reports to his therapist that he has cheated on his wife. The therapist refrains from making any character judgments about his patient. This represents ______.
    active listening
    unconditional positive regard

    14. One explanation for why people commit the fundamental attribution error is _____.
    the self-serving bias
    the saliency bias
    the obviousness bias

    15. Cross-cultural research suggests that cognitive dissonance may be a result of placing a high value on _____.
    independence and individualism
    connection with others
    appraisal by others
    honesty and integrity

    • ANSWER:
      Um "help" is not doing your entire assignment.

      Here is "help" ...

      Google: 'Crystallized intelligence' ; 'Fluid intelligence' ; etc until you find the correct answer

      Google: 'high nAch' see which attributes match

      Google: 'permissive-indulgent parenting style' etc until you find the correct answer

      And 4 ... a and b

      That is "help"

    I have a 6 year old who constantly acting out and getting in trouble? Nothing is working HELP?
    Hi, I have a 6 year old daughter who over the last year or so has really become very difficult to the point that my husband and I are at our witts end. We just recently had another child and I am sure that some of this plays into her behavior but what can we do. She is a very loving child and truly wants to please, but when she leaves the house to go to school she turns into that problem child. She yells at her teachers, does things to aggravate (making repetitive noises) and just does not listen. It is her 3rd week of school and I am already having to have a parent teach conference. About 4 months ago, she was diagnosed with Hyperactive ADD and OCD and as reluctant as we were she was put on medication... that didn't help, the doctor doubled her medication.. still no change. At this point, we have grounded, taken away toys, rewarded good behavior, had heart to hearts with her and spanked her. We are pretty strict parents and she knows that she can not get away with disrespectful behavior at any time, but the last thing we want is to constantly spank her and punish her while she sees us taking care of her infant sister. I would appreciate any suggestions that someone may have or how you may have overcome similar situations. Where is that parenting 101 guide when you need it?

    • ANSWER:
      seriously you need to discipline this brat. tell daddy to break out the belt and whip some sense into her.

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