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What Causes Irrational Fear Of Sex? (Video) by Dan and Jennifer .. Health Maven Posted Wed 07 Oct 2009 10:00pm Sex is everywhere. Sex sells, right? You see sex on television, in movies and you hear it in music. It’s on billboards, in newspaper ads and all over the Internet. So logically, as a society, we don’t seem very afraid of sex, do we? Surprisingly enough, many people still have a deep seated, irrational fear of sex, masturbation and other sex relat ... Read on »
Fear will stop your love; Love will stop your fear by Karen S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 26 Jul 2008 10:19am “Fear will stop your love; Love will stop your fear”                                                                                     (Morcheeba)   This quote is so powerful and it really resonates with me, especially after the workshop ( that my husband and I attended last weekend.  The workshop’s basic ... Read on »
Women Want Doctors' Help in Facing Fears about Sex After Heart Attack by Medline Plus Posted Wed 24 Jul 2013 10:02pm Source: American Heart Association Related MedlinePlus Pages: Heart Attack , Heart Disease in Women Read on »
Happy Relationships: How To Replace Fear And Doubt With Gratitude, Love and Trust by Dan and Jennifer .. Health Maven Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:27am As human beings, we operate daily reflecting a wide range of emotions with a multitude of motivations fueling our behaviors. All too often, we react emotionally to what others say or do. If our reactions are preceded by the emotions of fear, anger, or sadness, we forfeit our ability to act with personal power and effectiveness in lieu of a kne ... Read on »
Love More. Fear Less. by Walter Jacobson Posted Sat 10 Jul 2010 7:48pm In the classic science fiction novel, Dune, by Frank Herbert, the point is made that “Fear is the mind killer.” President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, in his 1933 Inaugural Address, amidst the nation’s Great Depression, reminded us that “There is nothing to fear but fear itself.” A Course In Miracles, a contemporary, spiritual, self-realization t ... Read on »
love vs fear: decisions that dance by Lindsey Lewis Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Feb 2012 4:36pm ON FEAR AND LOVE The universe doesn’t reward us for living in fear. The universe is always guiding us towards the recognition that not only are we loved, we ARE love. Always. It’s frightening to make decisions from a place of love—as strange as that sounds. It feels easier to make choices that listen to the fear in our heads, that hono ... Read on »
Three ways to share your stuff without fear of upsetting loved ones. by Jeanette R. Posted Fri 16 Mar 2012 8:55pm Do you put off telling your loved one something really important because you imagine they will get mad? Are you avoiding sharing important problems or new because you anticipate a bad reaction? Then you are letting fear ruin your communication.  Fear is leading to  relationship stress that makes your loved one into some kind of o ... Read on »
Is it “Love vs Hate” or “Love vs Fear”? by Phil Posted Thu 17 Dec 2009 12:00am In this short blog I examine the question which is a more fundamental antagonist of love: fear or hate. Hate is a strong aversive emotion connected to the subject or object of hate. The strength of hate derives from a former affection or love for that subject or object. In other words, what is hated now was once ... Read on »
Three Little Words Often Feared Most (and they aren’t ‘I love you’) by Sherri W. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 04 Feb 2013 11:30am There are three words in the English language that many people with Parkinson’s disease fear. Three little words. Three little words that can drive a person crazy. Three little words that can cause a person to feel desperate. Three little words that can destroy. I don’t know. How long have I had this disease? I don’t know. How ... Read on »
Fear, Love, Pregnancy, Loss, and Memoir: Mira Ptacin on writing “A Kind of Love” by Jessica P. Posted Mon 09 May 2011 10:10pm Mira Ptacin’s essay, “A Kind of Love,” was published on The Fertile Source a couple of weeks ago. Here, editor Jessica Powers talks with Mira about her experience with losing a pregnancy and then writing about it. Your essay delves so honestly into the conflicting, ambiguous feelings of pregnancy: fear and a new love welling up inside you. ... Read on »