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Has MindGeek hijacked your sexuality?

Posted 3 weeks, 3 days ago @

In this era of high speed Internet access and constant connection the Ancient Greek aphorism to ‘know thyself’ matters more than ever. You may well ask why this matters. It matters because in today’s digital age many of us are being influenced in our choices and tastes in ways that were unimaginable even only a […]

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Category : Addictions & Blog & Health & Wellbeing & Porn & Sexuality

You Are Not a Sex Addict

May 9th, 2019 @

Our culture is obsessed with sex. Sexual images and suggestive messages can be seen everywhere we look. Yet, human sexuality is poorly understood and something we rarely talk about. Instead, we get caught up in pseudo scientific debates about whether sex addiction is a brain disease or not. It can be too easy to pathologise […]

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Category : Addictions & Blog & Lonliness & Mood & Porn & Sex Addiction & Sexuality & Trauma

Are you heteroflexible?

April 12th, 2019 @

Do you consider yourself a straight male who given the right circumstances occasionally has sex with other men but are not attracted to them? In recent years a number of sociologists have been researching a group of men who are challenging what we consider it means to be heterosexual. These men have sex with other […]

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Category : Blog & Featured & Sexuality

Tips For Making Good Decisions

May 5th, 2018 @

Many people find it difficult to make decisions. Here are some tips to making good decisions. Identify as clearly as possible, the decision to be made Do your homework. Find out as much as possible about the issue or issues you have to decide on Brainstorm to come up with different choices and to weigh […]

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Category : Blog & Happiness & Relationships

Tips For Challenging The Feeling That You Aren’t “Good Enough”

April 30th, 2018 @

Many people feel that they are not “good enough”, But there are things we can do about this rather than just accepting it. Realise that this feeling is just a feeling and is not an objective fact. Avoid negative self-talk. You can train yourself to identify negative thoughts as they occur Learn to challenge your […]

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Category : Anxiety & Blog & Depression & Happiness & Mood & Self Esteem

Two Simple Ways to Take Charge of Your Emotional Life

March 6th, 2018 @

Do you feel like your emotions are something outside of your control? Are you really pissed off or just hungry? Can you tell the difference between joy, euphoria and happiness? Lisa Feldman Barrett is a professor of psychology at Northeastern University in Boston and the author of a new book that explores our emotional life. […]

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Category : Blog & Emotional Intelligence & Happiness & Health & Wellbeing & Stress Reduction