Dear Dr. Romance: I am a 25 year old M.A. student from the Middle East. This year is my final year to have my M.A. degree as a Family specialist to become a family counselor. I saw many things you wrote online as a family and couple therapists and i Loved them all! I was wondering if you could direct me and hear what you have to suggest that I should do after my Masters. Which courses or degrees are best for me to take more to have a wide experience as a family specialist .. And I am considering a PhD.
The other day I was talking to an engineer from a big brand name company. I asked her, what is that she likes most in her job. She said when she knows what needs to be done and she can finish it on time. Also she likes the pay and the benefits. Do you see a problem here? Curious me asked, “What else do you like, what do you like about the work?”. “Nothing much, I do this because I have a college degree for this, I can’t afford to change my career”, she answered candidly with zero enthusiasm in her voice.
Do you like having covert sex in public, love to play with sex toys or relish in having another couple in the bedroom to help stoke the fires of passion? An expert weighs in on 11 signs that your sex life is more ordinary than you think.
The transparency of lust and love, how can you figure what which is which, according to the professionals, they say Love and Lust, are so similar to one another that people get so caught up and confused so easily, they mistake Lust for Love. In 2013 you see so much happening here, with relationships failing,couples doing open relationships to spice things up and such, where is the Love in that? SEX is a major connection between a couple but sex also is something that should be shared between the two who are in LOVE, not open to others.
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Marriage counseling is a great way to help resolve issues in the marriage but often falls short of getting into some of the more complicated sexual issues that couples may have.
When it comes to sex and how we function sexually for some of us it is analogous to rocket science…bottom line – it’s complicated! It is never easy to live up to society’s standards as to what normal, healthy male sexuality is supposed to look and feel like [whatever that is?] exasperated all the more when there is something not quite right with how we are functioning when we are with our partner. As a sex therapist, I promote a sexuality based on pleasure, fun and intimacy and not performance. However, the social pressures that continue to exer
1. Use good pictures. There are thousands of people on these sites, and there is going to be someone similar to you who has better pictures. And he is going to get the woman you want. If you want to meet good people, you need to have good pictures. It’s that simple.
“Last night I had the weirdest dream! What do you think it means?” How do we begin to make any sense of our dreams that appear as metaphors and symbols with mystical, scary or fantastical landscapes coming to use in the calm of the night? Who are those people we recognize or don’t and what are the messages? "Between the dreams of night and day there is not so great a difference."
You’ve worn out your friends, your parents just give you unwanted advice, and you’ve decided it’s finally time to see a therapist. Good for you. Therapy will most likely help you. Significant research has been done that demonstrates that therapy helps most people. But no one tells you how to pick a therapist.