We’ve all heard the analogy that when it comes to sex, men are like microwave ovens and women are like CrockPots. The premise here is that men are quickly and easily aroused while women take in stimulus over a longer period of time. While at… Read More »Why Women Aren’t Like CrockPots
We weren’t designed to be self-sustaining organisms. We inherently require things from the world around us to survive and to thrive. We have physical needs (e.g. food, water, clothing, shelter), emotional needs (e.g. acceptance, love, friendship, empathy), sexual needs (e.g. well… you get this… Read More »Where’s your focus?
I used to work in a large corporate setting. In that environment, I found myself periodically working for and with people that were having extra-marital affairs. It never ceased to amaze me the level of energy and effort these people would exert toward these endeavors.… Read More »Try having an affair!
I’m convinced that the difference between a mediocre marriage and a shocking marriage are the games that we play with each other. I’m not talking about recreational activities, but rather control-based games of power and manipulation. In the workshops we’ve led, we’ve had numerous men… Read More »The unhealthy games we play – Part 1 – sex