What is sexual abstinence? Can it benefit my recovery? Relationships and sexual activities are controversial in recovery from alcoholism, addiction and co-dependency. But there are benefits to sexual abstinence. These apply equally to heterosexual, gays and lesbian. Sexual abstinence is a choice to refrain from sexual activity. This choice is usually made for a specific …∞
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Recovering people may be wondering about their sexuality. This list of sexuality facts may help. How often? According to the National Opinion Research Center, the average couple reports having sex 66 times a year. Married adults under age 30 say they have sex an average of 109 times a year. The average number drops to …∞
Oral Sex and Sexually Transmitted Infections Many people in recovery from alcoholism, addiction, gambling and co-dependency may be exploring their sexuality from a new perspective. Safer and more enjoyable oral can be an exciting experience. Compared to sex, oral sex is considered a lower-risk sexual activity. There is zero risk of unwanted pregnancy and a …∞
What are the risks of sexual activities other than penile-vaginal intercourse? In recovery from alcoholism, addiction and compulsive gambling many people begin to take more responsibility for their sexual behaviors. Many couples engage in mutual masturbation, oral sex and anal sex instead of penile-vaginal intercourse to prevent pregnancy and avoid catching sexually transmitted infections (STIs). …∞
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