Dear readers of my website,

I am delighted that you have found me, and that you are interested in my activities. I was born in the Vogelsberg region in the state of Hessia, West Germany,  where I grew up. I completed my high school education at the Alexander von Humboldt Gymnasium in Lauterbach/Hessen and then studied History, German Language and Literature, as well as Ethnology at the Philipps University, Marburg, and at the Albert Ludwig University, Freiburg im Breisgau, from 1975 to 1982. Between these two studies, I spent almost a year as a language teacher in Halifax, Great Britain. Starting 1983 I worked in my parent‘s businesses and started my own business in 1988. In 1991, after the wall came down I moved to former East Germany with my husband Klaus Dieter Boehm. Together, we convinced the town’s parliament and State Government us being the right investors for the two rehabilitation clinics in Bad Sulza. We founded the Klinikzentrum Bad Sulza for the treatment of chronic respiratory and joint problems, and the Hotel an der Therme and Toskana Therme with its touristic and wellness offerings.

Reading, researching, and writing have been passions of mine since an early age. Sustainable strategies for the future offering security, community, and prosperity to societies and people worldwide are the goals of my thought process. It is my passion to give myself and others the chance to learn from history. I also write aphorisms, poems, and short stories, as well as articles and essays on current private, societal, and political issues. I have also written travel reports, some of which are posted on this site.

My collaboration with New York photographer and artist Linda Troeller is very important to me. Our friendship encouraged us to get into dialogue with women about the question of what erotic for women really means to them. We interviewed and photographed women in different countries and cultural circles. This resulted in the books “The Erotic Lives of Women” and “Orgasm,” the latter also published in a German translation as “Orgasmus.” In my book “Alles in mir hast to aufgewühlt,” my goal was to portray and understand different perspectives of a possible threesome relationship between a man and two women.

I love to work with people based on friendship and reliability over a long period of time. This is the best guarantee for good results, especially if it is based on honesty and reliability.

Life is a challenge. I think we can be most happy if we are able to live in the moment. There is so much to experience. With an attitude of love, we find life in its utmost beauty all around us.

Marion Schneider