Everyone wants to fall in love. It is portrayed as an uncontrolled plummet into a spectrum of emotions that make us do crazy things – both good and bad. It is a cruel situation, for, if falling in love is uncontrollable then the one thing that everyone wants can’t be bought, won or even charmed with a magic potion....more
Most of us can relate to the butterflies in your stomach kind of excitement you feel when meeting someone new that you are attracted to. This doesn’t happen with everyone you meet and you really can’t force this kind of immediate chemistry, it is either there or it isn’t. This feeling is called lust. Lust is an intense desire or craving and in this case it is sexual. Your hormones react to the hormones in another person and you become turned on. Sexual attraction however can build over time. You may start off as friends but over time build a p...more
Adulterous affairs have pretty much always been seen as wrong, but are some less wrong? The “other woman” has traditionally been the scorned party, a negative force. But is this changing? Is adultery becoming more acceptable?...more
I have been thinking today about all the sexual experiences I have had, in attempt to find some reasoning into my sexual desires. My first sexual experience happened when I was in year 8 with a boy named Andrew. Andrew in hindsight was not good for me. He introduced me into the world of smoking marijuana and taking acid....more
Josh Weed is a husband, a father, a member of the Mormon Church -- and he's gay. Earlier this month, he and his wife coauthored a post on his blog about how they have made their marriage work these past ten years. This is a summary of their story, as well as a roundup of the different aspects of this story that concern the blogosphere.
I am writing a series about the 7 Sins. Pride was first and now it's LUST.http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/snow-white-doesnt-live-here-anymore/...Your Shameless Friend,Ginawww.ginabarreca.comTwitter @TheGinaBarreca...more