A Guide to Mastering Orgasm Control for More Satisfying Sex

image edited by F. Kaskais Benefits of knowing your orgasm 5 tips for edging Benefits of edging When to let yourself orgasm Are there any side effects? It’s worth a try Medically reviewed by Janet Brito, PhD, LCSW, CST — Written by Timothy Jewell What’s edging, and what’s it for? Edging (also called surfing, peaking, teasing, and more) is the practice of stopping yourself from reaching orgasm right when you’re on the cusp — the metaphorical “edge” right before you fall off the cliff into sexual climax. This practice has grown trendy in sexual health discussions as a form of “better orgasms,” but … Continue reading A Guide to Mastering Orgasm Control for More Satisfying Sex

4 Important Steps to Take After a Cancer Diagnosis

image edited by F. Kaskais By KATHY GIUSTI and LORI TAUBER MARCUS  Each year, more than 1.7 million people in the United States hear three dreaded words: You have cancer. As common as cancer is, no one expects cancer to happen to them. We understand, as patients and as caregivers, how frightening a cancer diagnosis can be: how it can upend your life, leaving you feeling like you’re barely treading water. And we know that making tough decisions when your life depends on it is not easy. From our research at Harvard Business School of how people navigate their cancer treatment (and what they wish they … Continue reading 4 Important Steps to Take After a Cancer Diagnosis

On Not Being Special

Photo by Herbert Goetsch | http://bit.ly/2WUktsO Only a lucky few attain enlightenment, but there is nothing special about them—or you. By Ken McLeod One of the fundamental teachings of Mahayana Buddhism is that every being has the potential for awakening—buddhanature. Yet out of the billions of people on this planet, the overwhelming majority are locked by necessity or by choice into a materialistic approach to life. In all probability, no more than a few million have even a possibility of spiritual practice, and of those, probably only a few thousand may actually touch the mystical experience we call buddhanature. We are … Continue reading On Not Being Special