Archive for November 2018

Brad Coates (www.CoatesandFrey.com) and Dr. Diana enjoyed a conversation about America’s growing gender gap between men and women. His book, “Divorce with Decency” Fifth Edition, is a comprehensive treatment of the legal, emotional, economic, psychological, and social aspects of marital relationships. We looked at women’s increasing educational, economic, and political power. Porn is part of the erotic erosion between men and women; in fact, it may be a scapegoat for all the conversations men and women are not having. Couples almost never discuss their sexual desires and fantasies. Man are more likely to soothe themselves by turning to solitary pleasures and paid ones – less emotionally complicated forms of sex. The #MeToo movement has led to further divisiveness with an expanded awareness of the prevalence of abuse/assault. Of course, not all guys are bad dudes! But some women are feeling safer with other women. There’s more…please tune in!   

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The #MeToo movement has brought to light some harsh realities. Where do we go from here? To help make sense off this, Dr. Nancy Sutton Pierce returned to the show. Intimacy seems to be going extinct. Many men cannot integrate closeness and sexual passion. Furthermore, loneliness is on the increase especially among those 15-25 years of age. When there is little face-to-face interaction overshadowed by texting, people do not get the full picture; so, there is more depression and anxiety. And less interconnectivity leads to less oxytocin and more cortisol. How do we make consent more sexy? Use your words before boundaries are crossed…talk about sex before having it. Dr. Nancy’s take-away: get connected in person – otherwise your health and longevity may suffer. www.drnsp.com.   

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