Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Online dating: Match vs. Plenty of Fish vs. OK Cupid

 A special note for women is that for sites like Match and Plenty of Fish, your responses can be pretty overwhelming; it’s simply the nature of the site and men in general. This may be a good or bad thing depending on your tolerance for random email.

If you like to fill out online polls, OK Cupid is the one for you. To complete your profile on OkCupid, you must answer a question of fun yet serious quiz questions about yourself.
Match and Plenty of Fish are good if you just want a traditional personals-like forum to meet other people. If you want a more polished site with some “adult supervision,” Match is probably better for you; however, if cost is key, Plenty of Fish wins over Match.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Addiction Battling love to drugs?

The first step in gaining freedom is to understand some of the dynamics of addiction. The addiction cycle describes the reoccurring process that takes place as we struggle with our addictions. It begins with stress. I have helped treat sex, relationship and love addiction in conjunction with co-occurring issues, such as substance abuse, emotional trauma, eating disorders and other addictions. I am a trained therapist who can help you. 

Call me 1-888-INGENIO       Ext. 04889594

Friday, October 19, 2012


Why would somebody even want to stay friends after a breakup? Well, obviously, you can use Facebook to keep tabs on an ex-partner. In fact, 67% of surveyed college students reported monitoring their ex-partners on Facebook Keeping tabs on an ex through Facebook, however, may make a breakup more difficult. A new study found that the more time people spent ”creeping” their ex-partners on Facebook (i.e., checking their page or friends list) the less they were able to recover from the breakup. In other words, they felt more distressed, more negative emotions, more desire and longing for their ex-partners, and less personal growth.

Monday, June 25, 2012

Gender Identity

Repeatedly stated desire to be or insistence that he or she is the other sex in boys. Preference for cross-dressing or simulating female attire; in girls, insistence on wearing only stereotypical masculine clothing. Strong and persistent preferences for cross-sex roles in make-believe play or persistent fantasies of being the other sexIntense desire to participate in the stereotypical games and pastimes of the other sexstrong preference for playmates of the other sex.

Does it come from your upbringing masturbating?

Many men who are insecure in their childhood or who have had very strict upbringing tend to get addicted to Masturbation. It has been proved by psychologists that addiction to Masturbation is a mental problem that needs attention. Although masturbation is considered to be a healthy alternative of deriving the resultant pleasure of sex without actually performing the sexual act, yet if masturbation is performed excessively due to addiction then it can cause a lot of damages.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Does Size really Matter?

Stop blaming your penis is what you should do. First of all, I doubt that your penis is so small that it is going to be a problem. Yes, there are women who prefer a man with a bigger penis, but if that’s their main criteria in choosing their partners. Then if I were you, I wouldn’t want to date someone like that, just as I don’t think a woman, with any size chest, would want to date a man who required his partner to have large breasts. You tell yourself that you won’t pursue a relationship because of the size of your penis, when that’s not the real cause at all. 

Monday, February 27, 2012

Porn addict are you one?

Masturbation, porn and other sexual activities can be considered an addiction under certain circumstances. Some treatment programs and therapists note that using masturbation as a way to fall asleep or as a way to control anxiety can indicate an addiction.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Symptons of Sexual Addiction

Frequently engaging in more sex and with more partners than intended.
Being preoccupied with or persistently craving sex
Thinking of sex in place of other activities or continually engaging in excessive sexual practices despite a desire to stop.
Spending considerable time in activities related to sex, such as cruising for partners or spending hours online visiting porn web sites.
Neglect work, school or family in pursuit of sex.
Continually engaging in the sexual behavior despite negative consequences, such as broken relationships or potential health risks.
Frequency of sexual activity to achieve the desired effect, such as more frequent visits to prostitutes, phone sex or more sex partners.