Have vaginal orgasm and be happy Having a penis-vaginal orgasm rather than just clitoral stimulation or masturbation results in a better life. Researchers studied over 1,200 women in Sweden and found that vaginal orgasm resulted in greater satisfaction with sex life, mental health, relationships with partners and friends, and life in general. Additionally these women …∞
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In recovery from alcoholism, addiction or codependency sensuality and sexuality are just as important and necessary as other times in life.
Laughter is a tranquilizer with no side effects.” -Arnold Glascow One of the most amazing experiences in early recovery from alcoholism was the night I told a story against myself. I laughed at my foolishness in a new light and every one at the Alcoholics Anonymous meeting laughed with me – not at me. The …∞
People in recovery may be returning to a relationship or trying to rediscover the passion of earlier times. This article from Readers Digest may be of help. You and your partner can rediscover intimacy and pleasure with these tips. Hormones may be primarily responsible for your sex drive, but nurturing your passion for your partner …∞
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Nice but naughty – our addiction to chocolate Chocolate is the most widely and frequently craved food. People readily admit to being ‘addicted to chocolate’ or willingly label themselves as ‘chocoholics’. A popular explanation for this is that chocolate contains mood-enhancing (psychoactive) ingredients that give it special appeal. Evidence and logic, however, find little support …∞
Image via Wikipedia Can Chocolate Lower Your Risk of Stroke? Eating chocolate may lower your risk of having a stroke, according to an analysis of available research that was released and presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s annual meeting. Another study found that eating chocolate may lower the risk of death after suffering a …∞
The Dating Game at 60+ People in recovery from alcoholism, addiction, co-dependency and compulsive gambling often find themselves alone again. But, there is no need to be lonesome whether heterosexual, gay, lesbian – male or female. This article from PsychCentral tells the story of an elderly women who found love again and gives some pointers. …∞
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Best Friends: How to Grow a Friend A twelve-step program The best time to grow a best friend is before you need one! 1. People Equal Friends. There is a certain chemistry with friends just as in a love relationship. Therefore, contact with other people is the first building block to grow a friend. Friends …∞
Sex for Grownups: Dr. Dorree Reveals the Truths, Lies, and Must-Tries for Great Sex After 50 Sex So Good That You Won’t Believe You Waited This Long to Enjoy It! Celebrity psychologist and sexpert Dr. Dorree Lynn has helped thousands of people over the last four decades achieve intimacy, vitality, and the best sex of …∞
Promises for Beginners in Recovery from Alcoholism You will know your full name and address. You will be able to shave yourself, or put on your makeup, whichever pleases you. You will be able to dress and undress yourself. You will know the town, the state, and the country you live in. You will be …∞
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