Date: January 26, 2018

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Moving Forward in Your Marriage After an Affair, by Brian Blem

1) What are five steps that you can take to forgive him/her fully and move on together? Get all the information about the affair from your partner that you need, so that you are dealing with the truth. Tell him/her how you feel and all that you feel Take responsibility – a relationship is a dance between two people, so ask yourself how you contributed to the final outcome Learn…

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Date: January 26, 2018

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Understanding and Managing Erectile Dysfunction & Impotence, by Brian Blem

* Erectile Dysfunction can affect 52% of men aged 40 – 70* * Physical ED, as distinct from psychological ED, may be due to nerve or blood vessel damage in the penis * Physical ED occurs in 30–50% of diabetic patients* * Problems with hormones is another factor, such as levels of testosterone or adrenaline in the blood stream* * ED can be a side effect of medicine (anti-hypertensives, anti-depressants,…

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Date: January 26, 2018

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Sex Matters in Marriage, by Brian Blem

How many times a week should a married couple have sex? I would say that 1-3 times a week is a healthy and realistic figure. Having said this, it really is up to the couple to decide what works for them. The problem arises when one partner’s libido is significantly different to the other’s (five times versus once, or three times versus never). Which other aspects are important in a marriage…

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Date: January 8, 2018

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Marriage Makes Man (and Woman)…

There is no better way to challenge a man to be ‘the man’ than to have him marry. Unfortunately, most men are poorly prepared for the demands of marriage and generally struggle with the increased complexity and responsibility that comes with the new role of husband, and possibly father. Whilst men might have thought marriage to be a ticket to a quieter, more genteel existence, they didn’t realise they were…

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Date: August 1, 2016

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Private vs Public: Talking About Personal Stuff at Work

• How is your career affected if you talk about personal matters at work? There is a fine line between being aloof and overly familiar. Social protocols dictate what sort of information is shared between people, be they strangers, work colleagues, friends or family relations. It is generally understood that the closer the relationship, the deeper the levels of communication. Work environments are considered to be places of employment driven…

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Date: June 22, 2016

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Sex and Marriage: Shifting Moods

“She’s always tired,” ‘She’s not interested in me or sex anymore,” I feel like strangers under the same roof,” – sound familiar? I think these are all very useful tell-tale signs of an unhappy wife based on the marriage going stale after the honeymoon period has come to an end. I think it’s important to state that it’s quite normal that the relationship will move out of one phase, romantic…

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Date: June 13, 2016

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Collaboration vs. Competition – An Imperative for Healthcare Professionals

There is no doubt that we live in a highly competitive world. Whilst competition may be argued to be a necessary and an inevitable part of life, it is the level of competition in society and the associated pressures that drive so many of the illnesses that health professionals are dealing with on a daily basis. And so the antidote to competition and its effects must surely be a healthier…

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Date: February 9, 2016

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Does Penis Size Count?

Let me start with a direct quote on the matter from The Act of Marriage by Tim & Beverly LaHaye: “Many men are almost paranoid about the size of their genitalia, and woman are almost as concerned with their breast size. Unfortunately ignorance usually produces ungrounded fear, and such fear proves a greater sexual deterrent than the size of their organs. Actually, no matter how tall or short the man,…

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Date: February 5, 2016

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Social Media and Your Intimate Relationships

Social Media – Does it Like Your Intimate Relationships? There is no doubt that technology has always played a part in communication between people. Before Graham Bell invented the telephone, the predominant way people separated by distance could communicate was to write letters, and wait days between each correspondence. Things have changed quite dramatically in the last 20 years with all sorts of technological advancements linking us together in unimaginable…

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Date: February 2, 2016

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Stress and Your Sex Life

We are living through very challenging times economically, politically and socially, which means our risk of cumulative stress is at an all-time high. Mood disorders like anxiety and depression are on the increase, along with related symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, hyper-tension and irritable bowel syndrome. It’s quite common and normal for couples to find that their sex lives are impacted by the environmental pressure around us. This is why being in a…

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