Experts suggest that you spend time “introverting” and using time alone to be creative and rediscover the hobbies that you may have let fall by the wayside while in a relationship.hobo_018 / Getty Images How much time is enough time to recover from a breakup and what should you be doing during it to heal? Mental health experts share their advice. By Nicole Spector Before I met my now husband, I went through a fair amount of breakups. Occasionally, I reflect on these ill-fated relationships of mine. I line them up in my imagination like seashells, studiously inspecting the cracks and holes … Continue reading How to mourn a breakup so that you can truly move on
By Gary W. Lewandowski For better or worse … or maybe never. Is he or she the one? You know … the one to introduce to my parents, the one to move in with, the one to start a family with, the one to marry? At some point in every dating relationship, you ask yourself some version of these questions. Of course, you’re invested in predicting the fate of your own relationship. Psychology researchers are interested as well. Are there recognizable signs that can foretell where a relationship is headed? Typically researchers have tried to puzzle out this question by measuring … Continue reading Relationships Fall Into 1 of 4 Commitment Types — So Which One Is Yours?
JOHN CUNEO How Hollywood grew wary of intimacy by KATE JULIAN “This is my kit.” Alicia Rodis, who since early last year has been HBO’s lead intimacy coordinator, a new title that translates roughly to chief sex-scene coach, held up a clear vinyl case filled with what at first glance appeared to be toiletries and packages of pantyhose. On closer examination, though, the products and their names were mysterious. Shibue. Hibue. Stanga. “Let’s say we’re coming in to do a sex scene,” she said. “They’re simulating sex and they’re excluding genitals—we are going to see someone fully naked, but not their genitals—and … Continue reading The Endangered Sex Scene
image edited by F. Kaskais by Michael Castleman M.A. BDSM players are as sexually and emotionally healthy as the general population. Italian researchers recently surveyed the sexuality of 266 Italian men and women who enjoy bondage, discipline, and sado-masochism (BDSM). The study population ranged in age from 18 to 74 and averaged 41. The researchers also surveyed 200 demographically similar men and women not involved in BDSM. The two groups reported similar feelings about their sexuality, but the BDSM players reported less sexual distress and greater erotic satisfaction. The researchers said they hoped their study would “reduce the stigma associated with BDSM.” … Continue reading What Kind of People Enjoy BDSM?
by: Vicki Batts (Natural News) Men and women are equal — but that doesn’t mean we’re the same. The obvious differences between the sexes have long been a source of irritation to increasingly irrational leftists, but recent research has once again confirmed biological reality. Furthermore, scientists have proven that the differences between men and women go way beyond appearances. As it turns out, sex-related hormones and other biological compounds have a profound effect on brain development and general behavioral traits. In other words, men and women don’t just look different on the outside: We are different on the inside, too. From the hormones … Continue reading Are men and women that different? Scientists find clues in brain development that say YES
The results contradict the popular assumption that men react far more strongly to pornography. by Stephen Johnson The review examined the results of 61 brain-scanning studies that involved 1,850 people. The results of the review found no significant differences in how male and female brains respond to viewing visual erotic stimuli. Still, one of the researchers noted that there are sex-specific differences in sexual behavior. It’s commonly thought that men react more strongly to pornography than women do. After all, studies show that, compared to women, men generally have stronger sex drives, harbor higher levels of sexual aggression, and view more pornography. But … Continue reading Porn arouses women and men in same neuronal way, review finds
by: Ethan Huff (Natural News) If “being your true self” means attempting to alter your biological sex with hormone “treatments,” then your true self is also quite dumb, as a new study has confirmed that gender reassignment chemicals dramatically lower IQ levels. Published in the journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, the paper looked at an 11-year-old boy both before and after he was administered hormone suppressors to become a “transgender,” the purpose being “to review the effects of puberty suppression on the brain white matter during adolescence.” Almost immediately upon being given anti-puberty pharmaceuticals, the young boy’s intellectual performance began to decrease substantially. The … Continue reading Dumbing down the population: Study finds that transgender hormone treatments lower IQ