Theresa Byrne asks you to look at failure as feedback and learn to embrace it.
Raised to believe that the desires of his flesh would lead him astray, he finally learned to show guilt, and Jesus, the door.
When a seemingly depressed person doesn’t respond to traditional treatments, perhaps the root of his anguish is something else.
Premature Ejaculation: It’s not funny. Not to anyone.
TASK #17: Working One Off Sex is an emotion in motion Mae West Men like to masturbate. It’s a fact. Masturbation is a solitary, useful, fun and engaging activity. There are many colorful phrases to describe the act, but the one I prefer is the one I learned growing up in Ohio: Working one off. […]
A mental health consultant for the hit AMC series probes the psychology of the flawed protagonist.
Comment of the Day: ‘Shame is much greater than guilt’
I’ve spent so much of my life trying to be like everyone else, I sometimes wonder who I really am or who I would have been if it were not for decades of rehearsing to be a different character.
There is hope — there are others on this road.
New research suggests there is an evolutionary benefit to a feeling most would rather not feel—shame.