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Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 5 Excerpt

Posted by on Dec 18, 2018 in Sexual Mindfulness Book | 0 comments

Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 5 Excerpt

Hi Friends, Many of you have asked me what my new book, Sexual Mindfulness, is all about. I decided that the best way to answer you is to actually give you a sample from all 18 chapters and let you see for yourself. Please respond to this email with any questions you still have. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>  Ch 5 Your Gender Role Your gender role is the flip side of your gender identity. It is the external portrayal of how you behave as a man, woman, both, or neither. In other words your gender identity is how...

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Sexual Mindfulness Book Ch. 4 Excerpt

Posted by on Dec 18, 2018 in Sexual Mindfulness Book | 0 comments

Sexual Mindfulness Book Ch. 4 Excerpt

Hi Friends, Many of you have asked me what my new book, Sexual Mindfulness, is all about. I decided that the best way to answer you is to actually give you a sample from all 18 chapters and let you see for yourself. Please respond to this email with any questions you still have. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Chapter 4: Your Gender Identity In chapter 4 we’ll explore your gender identity. Your gender identity is the internal picture of what it means to you to  be a boy, girl, man, woman, both, neither. In this...

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New Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 3 Excerpt

Posted by on Dec 18, 2018 in Sexual Mindfulness Book | 0 comments

New Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 3 Excerpt

Hi Friends, Many of you have asked me what my new book, Sexual Mindfulness, is all about. I decided that the best way to answer you is to actually give you a sample from all 18 chapters and let you see for yourself. Please respond to this email with any questions you still have. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Ch 3; Your Biological Sex/ or Gender People use the terms biological sex or biological gender interchangeably. I prefer biological sex. This refers to your genetic make-up and all of the things connected to...

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New Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 2 Excerpt

Posted by on Dec 18, 2018 in Sexual Mindfulness Book | 0 comments

New Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 2 Excerpt

Hi Friends, Many of you have asked me what my new book, Sexual Mindfulness, is all about. I decided that the best way to answer you is to actually give you a sample from all 18 chapters and let you see for yourself. Please respond to this email with any questions you still have. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Chapter # 2 How Your Mind Thinks About Sex In chapter 2 you’ll explore how your mind thinks about sex. A big part of sexual mindfulness is paying attention to what your mind is telling you about sex. One...

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New Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 1 Excerpt

Posted by on Dec 18, 2018 in Sexual Mindfulness Book | 0 comments

New Sexual Mindfulness Book: Ch. 1 Excerpt

Hi Friends, Many of you have asked me what my new book, Sexual Mindfulness, is all about. I decided that the best way to answer you is to actually give you a sample from all 18 chapters and let you see for yourself. Please respond to this email with any questions you still have. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sexual Mindfulness Ch. 1 Before we can jump right in and start discussing sexual mindfulness we need to answer the question, “What is sex?” You’re probably wondering why I even need to ask the question because...

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New Dr Rich Book: Sexual Mindfulness

Posted by on Dec 4, 2018 in Sexual Mindfulness Book | 0 comments

New Dr Rich Book: Sexual Mindfulness

  My new Mindfulness book will reignite the flame of passion in your relationship. How do you keep your sexual passion alive after you’ve been with your partner for 10, 20 or more years and have had sex thousands of times together? “The key is using sexual mindfulness to approach each erotic encounter with your partner as something new and fresh. Sexual mindfulness helps you adopt a “Beginner’s Mind”, the Buddhist term for looking at things as if you are experiencing them for the first time.” (quote from...

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Japanese Psychology and Emotions

Posted by on Oct 17, 2018 in Stress Management | 0 comments

Japanese Psychology and Emotions

Emotions are impulses to act. They force you to stop, assess any potential threat, and then act, all within a split second. Some of the stronger emotions like fear and anger are very threatening and can trigger the fight or flight response all by themselves. People often confuse negative emotions with stress. They are two different things. Negative emotions are just that, emotions. The stress response involves emotions but transcends them. How you perceive negative emotions and cope (or not cope) with them is the determining factor in whether...

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Are Your Thoughts Helpful?

Posted by on Oct 8, 2018 in Stress Management | 0 comments

Are Your Thoughts Helpful?

Rethink, as a line of defense against stress, focus on what your mind tells you about potential stressors and your ability to cope with them. Since your stress response is triggered by what your mind tells you about potential stressors and your ability to cope with them it makes sense to pay close attention to your stressful thoughts. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not asking you to psychoanalyze yourself and try to figure out “why” you  think the way you do about things in your life that stress you out. What I want you to do...

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Common Thinking Traps Related to Stress

Posted by on Oct 2, 2018 in Stress Management | 0 comments

Common Thinking Traps Related to Stress

In my book Stress Less, Live More  I discuss ten common thinking traps related to stress. Thinking traps are stereotypical ways of viewing potentially stressful situations that often lead to stress. I want to share three of my favorite thinking traps with you in this post. The “I Can Figure it All Out in My Head” Trap One of the most common thinking traps is the “I Can Figure it All Out in My Head” trap.  The name is pretty self-explanatory as this trap revolves around the mistaken belief that you can control your...

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What is Everyday Mindfulness Training?

Posted by on Aug 15, 2018 in Stress Management | Comments Off on What is Everyday Mindfulness Training?

What is Everyday Mindfulness Training?

    Everyday mindfulness training is the application of the principles and practices of mindfulness to everyday living. While the everyday application of mindfulness principles and practices are endless, this post will focus on a few places where I think the impact is particularly great: Relationships with Family, Friends, and Co-Workers Communicating with Others Being True to Your Values Eating Fitness and Sports Intimate Sexual Relationships   Relationships With Family, Friends, and Co-Workers Imagine what your relationships with your...

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