Who is in Control? The Power of Attraction

The ability to attract another human is not unique to our species. All animals engage in mating rituals in order to attract a partner and produce offspring. Therefore, underneath our attraction towards beautiful people, there may be an evolutionary reason. What is unique to our species though is the extent to which our society grants untold powers to the ideal of physical beauty or attractiveness.

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Making love versus having sex

There is a major difference between making love and having Sex. Making Love consist of passion, chemistry, affection, sometimes love is involved also. Making Love does not have to consist of two people who love each other but in my opinion two people can make love and not be in love. The action is a cross between fourplay and slow sensuality. Making love does not rush penetration, it involves feelings and emotions, it can consist of soft sensual music, rose petals, kissing of the entire body, and taking your time. Woman need that affection they need there bodies to be explored and made love to.

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Help! I’m in the Wrong Body


“Gender never really mattered to a quiet little kid like me, it was only a fantasy. I knew other boys my age were not thinking like that but I didn’t care, it felt so right.” This simple statement made by a fourteen-year-old Latina transgender youth raises a very important issue to be addressed. The use of treatments in society that focus on a child’s declared gender identity as wrong. Gender identity is your identity as it is experienced with regard to being male or female. Being transgender is the state of one’s gender identity (self-identification as woman or man) not matching ones “assigned sex.” Instead of focusing the attention on improving social conditions that will allow transgender children to develop naturally, most services focus their attention on corrective measures. In other words, they try and convince these children that they are wrong for thinking and behaving this way.

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When it comes to relationships, everyone has their own biases and opinions based either on past bitter experiences or having been in a long-term relationship. Yet, there is a plethora of research that can offer some advice instead of relying on hearsay or people’s past negative experiences. Recent research gives advice on knowing if your relationship will last or not. How you start discussions with your partner is absolutely vital in determining your future prospects together.

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Maternal Addiction

Written by: Patrick Fox, CTRS

One’s struggles with addiction has an effect on everyone in their family, including, but not limited to, parents, grandparents, sisters, brothers, children, cousins, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, friends and co-workers. Sadly, quite often these “loved ones” are the guiltiest enablers to the addict.

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Breaking a Personal Taboo

Written by: Serafina Angeles All around the world in every culture, people have to follow certain prescribed rules of social conduct and personal behavior. These prescriptions can be laws put in place by governments and societies. Additionally, they can be rules of moral conduct established by religious institutions, communities, or the family unit. We all

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Death of the homemaker

Written by Paul Goodrich Abby introduces me to her “gay friend“, Jack.  He’s five foot two, balding, and built like a hobbit.  Before I can get a word out, he’s dashing through her apartment scribbling in a hot-pink notepad that reads “Sexy Bitch” in red glitter. Abby whispers in my ear that he’s the best

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Teaching your children to protect and respect their sexual being

Ivette J. Russo MS in Clinical Psychology Sexual self-worth is the respect children have for their own bodies, gender, sexuality; and the bodies, gender and sexuality of others.  In today’s modern society, the sexual abuse of children and women is at staggering proportions.  One out of every four females will be victims of some form

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Empowering Children to Manage Their Behavior

Ivette J. Russo MS in Clinical Psychology Who’s the boss around here? Sound familiar? Just about one time or another everyone’s been told what to do by someone else.  Not the most joyful experience people can have.  Children are no different.  For most children, when they know what to do, they don’t have to be

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