Sexuality and Intimacy
Passionate and exciting sexuality in intimate relationships is the outgrowth of loving and effective communication, and of each person taking personal responsibility for their own feelings. Passionate sexuality flows in safe relationship spaces.
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|I Love Him But I'm Not Turned On To Him||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|Integrating Spirituality and Sexuality||Linda Marks, Copyright 2002|
|Men, Women, and Sex||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|More Important Than Love||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|Time for Connection||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|What Really Creates Emotional Intimacy||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|Why Do You Want to Make Love?||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|Why Don't We Ever Make Love Anymore?||Dr. Margaret Paul|
|Why Marital Sex Often Dies||Dr. Margaret Paul|
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Today, notice all self-judgment as a form of control. "If I judge myself, then others won't judge me." "If I judge myself, I can get myself to perform, to accomplish, to do it right - and then people will like me." "If I judge myself as being flawed and therefore the cause of others' rejecting behavior, I can continue the illusion that I cause - and therefore control - others' feelings and behavior." Today, notice your false beliefs about judgment and control.
By Dr. Margaret Paul