Working as a sex therapist is a fascinating career. It is intense work, talking about the intimate aspects of people’s lives every day. People ask me if I get depressed, hearing about people’s problems. I can understand why people would ask that question, but the truth is, it is much more depressing for me to be around people who need help and aren’t getting it, than to be with people who are reaching out and getting the assistance they need. I also find that I learn a tremendous amount about life, working so intimately with others.
I work with many young couples who come into counseling after the birth of children. They complain that their relationship has changed, feel disconnected from each other, and sex is often limited or non-existent. They are anxious to return to the connection and passion of their earlier relationship, but do not know how.
Do you have enough money? Last week I wrote about the high cost to women of not speaking up for ourselves financially in the workplace. One statistic from that piece keeps floating through my head like the Goodyear blimp: Women who consistently negotiate their salaries throughout their careers earn $1 million more over their work lives than women who do not.
Working for an adult toy company has been one of my greatest experiences. Since I graduated college, I have worked for several well known companies in the marketing department including a popular restaurant chain. About four years ago, I decided to take a position as the Marketing Director for an online sex toy company called SpicyGear.com. Since I have worked for the company, it has been one of my greatest working experiences. I have had the opportunity to work with caring and compassionate people and grow in my professional life.
Well first of all my name is Katerica Bryant and im a student at Coahoma Agricultural High in the 11thGRade. Im very outgoing and get along with other very well. I already got my future planned i would like to attend Jackson State To be a Nurse :). Yes i have big dreams hope i success will i knw i can do it love all!!!! BLESSED
Women who have been left for another woman describe the experience in extreme terms: Stella, sixty-two, whose husband left her for someone else after thirty-three years of marriage was typical: “ I cried every day for two months. I still cry two years later. And railed and screamed in the car and burned his suit in effigy in the backyard, every witchy, crazy, demented thing you can think of. How to Manage Red Brain Anger
Hi, everyone. I've never written any kind of post like this, but I am in desperate need of advice. Two weeks ago I found out that my husband has been having what I call an emotional affair for the past month and a half. We have been married for 7 years. We have had some problems getting along for the past couple of years but I truely do love him. And while we were having some problems, I never ever would have suspected him of cheating. I have noticed a change in his behavior for the last couple of months. He has seemed more distant and seemed
I was a pack a day smoker. For 14 years I smoked either cowboy killers or their cousins, the blend 27s. Back in October I found something that changed all of that. eCigarettes aren't really new, but they are gaining popularity. Many of you may have seen reports of the FDA bad mouthing these amazing devices, but it pays to dig a little deeper, especially since the FDA has been failing to divulge the full information from their findings.
It’s tradition that when the clock strikes midnight, moving the needle from New Year’s Eve to New Year’s Day, you find someone to share a New Year’s kiss. Sometimes it’s a simple peck on the cheek from a relative or friend. Sometimes it’s … well, sometimes it’s a bit more than a kiss from a significant other or someone you just met, but can’t quite remember their name. Why does this tradition exist? Does anyone know?
Hi. I am Debra Gordy, Spiritual Healing Intuitive, Flourish Relationship Coach, and author of the forth-coming book Cinderella Wisdom: A Woman’s Journey of Spiritual Healing to the Marriage of Her Dreams. For over twenty-five years, I have been guiding women in healing from divorce, and creating the marriages of their dreams – in the real world.