How HBLU™ Saved
Me from a Life of Suffering
If you’ve been following my posts at all, you’ve heard me
talk extensively about my journey to Energy Psychology. You can read about ithere
. I suffered with debilitating depression and anxiety for many years. Most
of the time, all I was able to do was to make sure that I fed myself and went
to work. I didn’t have any energy left over for anything else. I would drag
myself out of bed drag while trying to beat down my dread about facing the day,
drag myself through my work, then drag myself home to lay on the couch where I
would ruminate about how much I hated my life.
I embarrassed myself.
Again. This time I told my
Introduction to Psychology/Psychology 101 students that we only dream in REM (rapid
eye movement) sleep. It turns out that
we do occasionally dream in N-REM (non-rapid eye movement) sleep. To make it worse, a colleague noticed my
mistake! I beat myself up for a long time, and told myself in a very stern
manner, “I’m the professor and I should know better!”
Not surprisingly, at this point in my life, I was deeply unhappy.
across a documentary recently that got me really thinking about the age old
question, does penis sizereallymatter? And if so, what’s the best way
to address this issue?
Moote was inspired to create his documentary,Unhung Hero(http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2708946/?ref_=ttmd_md_nm), after he publicly proposed to his
girlfriend at a sporting event, and she ran away. Later she told him that she couldn’t marry
him because his penis is too small.
documentary, Patrick travels the world investigating every option he can find
for penis enlargement, but in the end (spoiler alert!
I was leading a discussion in myMarriage, Family and Intimate Relationshipscourse the other day on
the hows and the whys of parents discussing sex with their children. I was dismayed when a man who has an eleven year old daughter said that it's not necessary for
parents to discuss sex with their children, because they'll learn everything that they need to know in
school. I'd like to make a case for why it's important for parents to have these discussions with their