Healing Souls Sexperiment: Sensual Feng Shui

Healing Souls Sexperiment: Sexual Order: Sensual Feng Shui Is your bedroom a peaceful haven you retreat to for rest and romance, and materialize from feeling refreshed and renewed? Do you feel like your bedroom offers you a stimulus to a restored intimate and sexual relationship with your partner? If not, a little “sensual feng shui” may be just the thing your room needs. Feng shui — which literally translates to “wind and water” — is the ancient Chinese art of placement. The goal is to enhance the flow of chi (life force or spiritual energy), and to create harmonious environments that support health, beckon wealth and invite happiness. At its most basic level, feng shui (pronounced fung shw

The Kinky Controversy

Despite the fact that their sexual preferences are listed in the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders as potentially problematic, people who play with whips and chains in the bedroom may actually be more psychologically healthy than those who don’t. A new study finds that practitioners of bondage, discipline, sadism and masochism, or BDSM, score better on a variety of personality and psychological measures than “vanilla” people who don’t engage in unusual sex acts. BDSM is a sexual practice that revolves around those four fetishes. BDSM is listed in the DSM-5, the newest edition of the definitive psychiatrist’s manual, as a paraphilia, or unusual sexual

Sex and Substance

Sex and Substance Use What are some of the components of a romantic evening? Some people often think of the setting, the mood, food, music, chocolate, and a bottle of champagne. What are some of the components of addiction? Some people might think of loud music, big parties, sex, light shows, multi-substance use, and clubs or bars. Ask someone to fill in the blank – ______, drugs & rock’n’roll; most people are going to say, “Sex!” There seems to be a strong tie between sex and substance use, whether it be a romantic evening or a wild house party. Research has shown that substances and sex affect the same part of the brain. It’s certainly no wonder that they can become so entwined in ou

TheraCoaching

I have been thinking of this idea for some time… Therapy, Counseling and Coaching, all these words by definition can mean so much to specific individuals or be needed for specific reasons. One might be compelled to reach out for a therapist for couples communication, or maybe feel safer around asking a coach for advice on a career change. As an individual trained by a division I coach playing hockey I can identify with the coach; as a clinically trained therapist I can also understand my skill sets as a clinical practicing therapist. Putting all this aside what I feel is the most important is meeting you on your side and empathically listening to your needs. The following is informatio

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