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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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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What are S-Anon Family Groups? A fellowship of the relatives and friends of sexaholics who share their experience, strength and hope in order to solve their common problems. A program of recovery adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous and based on the Twelve Steps and the Twelve Traditions. A fellowship requiring no dues or fees for membership …∞
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Image via Wikipedia Many areas of our life need healing. One important part of our life is our sexuality. Our feelings and beliefs about our sexuality, our ability to nurture, cherish, and enjoy our sexuality, our ability to respect ourselves sexually, our ability to let go of sexual shame and confusion, may all be impaired …∞
Intertwined between the sheets are not only two bodies but also the emotional and psychological aspects of their personalities
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Sexual Compulsives Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from sexual compulsion. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop having compulsive sex. There are no dues or fees for …∞
The following are a series of statements from SRA members that describe their feelings and behaviors around their sexual addiction. Do these statements apply to you? Check “yes” or “no.” You can be honest here. I think about sex or romantic relationships most of the time. I often feel shame, regret or remorse after sexual …∞
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Problems in controlling sexual behavior usually reveal themselves in four distinct stages: Preoccupation: The person continually fantasizes about sexual prospects or situations. Constant sexual focus results in a high level of arousal which can trigger an episode of sexual “acting-out.” Ritualization: A preferred sexual activity or situation is often stereotyped and repetitive, and may include …∞
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Hypersexuality among a Substance Abuse Population (Hypersexuality = Excessively high sexual inclination, desire or activities. Not necessarily sex addiction.) In a group of 211 patients seeking treatment for a substance abuse, 25% screened positive for hypersexual behavior. This prevalence rate greatly exceeds the estimates of hypersexual behavior found to be roughly 3–6% among the general …∞
How to recognize the signs of addiction to sex Addiction to sexual activities can be just as destructive as addiction to chemical substances. Sex addicts may jeopardize their marriage and family relationships, allow their job performance to deteriorate, and endanger themselves and their partner through multiple sexual exposures. Even though they realize the consequences, they …∞
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