Alarmingly, there are still differing opinions on conversion "therapy." My opinion? That you can't call it therapy if you need therapy when it's over.
Here is my editorial recently featured in the Reno Gazette-Journal. Why do I believe as I do? Because science, that's why.
Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines! The spark is back, baby.
Get the details of your 'meh'-free relationship right here.
If you own a business or are climbing the ladder, saving your company millions of dollars by helping it form policies that intelligently manage sexuality could take you to the next level.
How do companies do that? Well, I'm glad you asked.
Do you want your business to be taken down by sexual harassment lawsuits? Didn't think so.
Sex sells. Sexuality sells better.
You're ready for an abuse-free life and you know how to do it yourself, but what if your partner has some abusive tendencies?
Note: If your partner is physically abusive it's time you got in touch with a women's center and start planning your escape without delay.
Abuse-free life? Sold. Now, how do I manage my life in an abuse-free way?
Before I met my wife, if anyone had asked if I had any deal-breakers — a must-have for my next relationship — I would have said the following:
“Absolutely,” this imaginary conversation would have gone. “The next woman I date absolutely MUST love hiking.”Well guess what: I did meet another woman, she did not love hiking, and she is now my wife. And of course I have ZERO regrets.
What is the abuse-free life?
Listen to this podcast to find out.
Normally the big conversation in romance is about fidelity or, as we say in America, cheatin': being faithful, remaining true as in true blue, being someone the other person can count on. And it’s with good reason that we focus on this! Well over 50 percent of men and women are unfaithful at some time in their committed relationships.
But the more common problem by far is our disturbing tendency to be untrue to ourselves.