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Infantile Sexuality Part 3: Developing Mature Sexuality

Here I outline a few aspects of how ‘mature’ sexuality develops out of ‘infantile’ sexuality. r

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The Importance of ‘Sexuality Awareness’ For Self Improvement: Part 2

Infantile sexuality was traumatic at birth. You were thrown into an aggressive clash between your primitive drives and external forces that constrained you in your relationship with your mother. r

The Importance Of ‘Sexuality Awareness’ For Self Improvement

Your personal growth is highly dependent on your ‘sexuality awareness’. r

The Twin Paths to Self Esteem – Solitude and Relationship

There is no simple answer to this mystery for those who, as a child, have been significantly neglected, (not loved at all, or not enough), abused, (if one wanted to be generously callous about this cruelty, in opposition to neglect it would be called overstimulation), or loved too much (spoiled by being treated as royalty, often expressed in learning the cost of everything but the value of nothing.) Not to mention those with disabilities; another whole topic. r

How To Use 3 Primary Functions to Empower Effectiveness

This may all sound obvious or simple, but it is not. As you try to balance your life, it is important to remain aware that it is the looping between any two functions that causes most distress.This looping will put up massive resistance to adding awareness and use of a third function. This may be part of the etymology of the expression, “he’s loopy.” r

The 3 Lessons and 3 Responses that Strengthen Self Confidence

SELF-CONFIDENCE TAKES PLACE IN OUR MIND by LIVING THROUGH EXPERIENCES and LEARNING FROM them. It is our ability to KNOW with CERTAINTY, that we can COPE with life circumstances and ADAPT relatively effectively, while at the same time ENJOYING our life’s progress.

It is important to always remember that WE CAN BLOCK our self-confidence by misusing the GIFT OF OUR MIND. We harm ourself with our memories of the past if we don’t learn from them, and from our relentless desires in the future if we don’t manage them. r