The story is told of an old Rabbi:
“When I was young, I set out to change the world. When I grew a little older, I perceived that this was too ambitious, so I set out to change my State. This too, I realised as I grew older, was too ambitious, so I set out to change my Town. When I realised I could not even do this, I tried to change my family. Now, as an old man, I know that I should have started by changing myself. If I had started with myself, then I would have succeeded in changing my family, the Town or even the State and who knows, maybe even the world”.
Do any of these issues have a bigger impact in your life than you desire?
- …But not my choice
- Not of my choosing
- Unwanted gift -take it back
- Defining what it means to be “single” in this generation
- Facts & Figures
- Some truths: What the media didn’t tell you
- Shifting standards and moving the goal posts of acceptability
- Let’s look at some literature: what goes in…
- Teens magazines and books
- Women’s magazines and books
- Men’s magazines and books
- Cybernet and internet: (Chat rooms, blogging, webcam)
- What am I digesting and how does it reverberate upon me?
- Defining sex in this generation: when is “sex”, sex?
- It’s an age thing: Life stages
- What is it with men and commitment anyway?
- Self-pleasuring: therapeutic or just wrong? A role or no role?
- Can’t keep the promise not do it again
- Self-condemnation worse than the act
- How far is too far
- I want to know what love is
- Me and my view, determining my relationship with others
- Intimacy as a prelude to right intimacy with others
- The past living in the present and informing the future
- Family Scripts: Why do I do the things I don’t want to do.
- “Your just like your…” is reverberating in my mind
- How did I turn out to be just like…when I tried so hard and swore I would never be..
- Developing Body, Mind and Spirit
- Enhancing relationships through communication skills
- Self-Concept (questionnaire)
Try out this App to help re-kindle intimacy into your relationship: Called “Pillow Talk”.