Sexuality is reflected in the total expression of who we are as human beings. It encompasses our values, attitudes, behaviors, physical appearance, beliefs, emotions, and personality, as well as the way in which we have been socialized. It involves our sexual identity and orientation. It begins before birth and lasts a lifetime. The expression of …∞
While alcoholics, addicts and co-dependents may know of the effects of alcohol and drugs on their sexuality, in recovery there may be other conditions affecting their sex lives. Here’s the good news, the bad news, and some more good news about sexual health: Most (64 percent of people, according to one recent study) are satisfied …∞
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What is sexual wellness or healthy sexuality? From; Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health. Although sexual wellness or healthy sexuality is a personal question to be examine and explored individualy, the concepts are an explict part of our mission and the Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health (SASH) believes it is important to …∞
Many women in recovery from alcoholism, addiction, compulsive gambling or co-dependency may identify with this sexual health survey.
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Sexual lubricants Image via Wikipedia Study examines effect of water-based and silicon-based sexual lubricant Women in recovery from alcoholism, addiction and co-dependency may find the use of sexual lubricants increases pleasure, sexual satisfaction and reduced pain during intercourse. A new study by sexual health researchers at Indiana University found that women who used lubricant during …∞
Women in recovery from alcoholism or addiction may experience new or unfamiliar sexual sensations. While drinking or drugging sexual arousal may have ceased, been dormant, been inconsistent or excessive. In almost all cases women have questions about their arousal and how it affects their sexuality. In most cases a chat with a female doctor, sex …∞
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