We often ask questions of the unseen and unknown, but most of the times, we're the ones that hold the key. I'm a counselor in family/sexual relationship, anger management, and self help, and have been for upward of ten years. I'm here to help you see the blind-spots that you've missed, and guide you toward the light. I'll research your problem/s/ and maybe even offer phone counseling if you so desire. Don't ask me about future, I haven't bought my crystal, haha. Don't ask me medical questions, without examining your medical history and person, I cannot answer such- best to seek out a local professional to be safe. Sex is a wonderful thing, so let us try to make it so.
Ten years of professional and voluntary counseling works have shown me much. I have walked with many others through various issues, some obvious and simple, some nearly impossible to imagine.
Richmond Chimo Crisis Center
Interpersonal/Social Relation Specialist, University of British Colombia Socialwork, 2005.
I think that it's important to learn how to view and have sex in a healthy manner, since it's a powerful thing that we're born with and it's something that many of us didn't learn about in school. Sure, they taught you about baby and protection, but not many of them would talk to you about how to please your partner/s/ in bed, or how to be pleased.
I want to learn everything sexual about my self, and people of the opposite gender, and pass the information on, so that we can all have a healthy and enjoyable sex life.
Sexual activities are only 'bad' for you, or your soul, when they're done wrong.
Why does our society think that violent videogames and cartoons are okay for kids, but not sexual materials?
|Richard||06/02/16||10||10||10||Thank you Johnny|
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