Not only is vibrator use common, but the two studies also show that vibrator use is associated with more positive sexual function and being more proactive in caring for one’s sexual health.
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Just for Today – Stay on the Beam “Today most commercial flying is done on a radio beam. A directional beam is produced to guide the pilot to his destination, and as long as he keeps on this beam he knows that he is safe, even if he cannot see around him for fog, or …∞
Alcoholics Anonymous is a program for alcoholics who seek freedom from alcohol. It is not a program against drugs. However, some A.A. members have misused drugs, often as a substitute for alcohol, in such a manner as to become a threat to the achievement and maintenance of sobriety. These incidents have caused all A.A. members …∞
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What’s Your Time Perspective? People in recovery may identify with these ‘types’ and the way they deal with life based on ones focus and the way in which one looks at events, personal history and future prospects. Professor Philip Zimbardo identified five key approaches to time perspective. These are: The ‘past-negative’ type. Who focus on …∞
Two of the most common questions I have been asked by older men new to sobriety is; Will I be able to regain my sexual prowess? And, What changes as men get older? Men in recovery have the same libido as so called ‘normal’ men in their age group. That is provided there is no …∞
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Sobriety can counteract most of the brain and thinking damage caused by heavy drinking.
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10 Surprising Health Benefits of Sex Being “in the mood” just might help your health. How does a juicy sex life do a body good? Let’s count the ways. 1. Less Stress, Better Blood Pressure Having sex could lower your stress and your blood pressure. 2. Sex Boosts Immunity Having sex once or twice a …∞
Have some fun. Loosen up a bit. Enjoy life! For co-dependents having fun is often a skill lost in antiquity. We do not have to be so sombre and serious. We do not have to be so reflective, so critical, so bound up within the rigid parameters and ourselves others, and often ourselves, have placed …∞
Contrary to popular belief, alcohol does not completely cook out of foods — something recovering alcoholics and those with alcohol-related illnesses need to keep in mind. A study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association found that recipes with added alcohol retained from 4% to 85% of the alcohol. The recipes ranged from …∞