Allosexual Definition – Allosexual meaning in under a minute!

Allosexual Definition – Allosexual meaning in under a minute!

 

Allosexual definition and asexual definition described and compared.

Don’t go through life pretending you know the difference of the allosexual definition and asexual definition if you do not.

It’s important not to assume allonormativity – that everyone can and show experience sexual attraction. Are you on the asexual spectrum? Awesome. Come learn more.

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Signs of High Functioning Anxiety

Signs of High Functioning Anxiety

 

Worrying about the upcoming season can present itself in many ways; therefore, the signs of high functioning anxiety will differ depending on who you are. Understanding the symptoms of high-functioning anxiety is an important first step in treating it, even if it can be difficult to get help. 

When we think of someone with an anxiety problem, we frequently picture someone tense, worried, and potentially restless. However, what if that person appears to be self-assured and confident on the outside? This is why no one can actually tell you the signs of high functioning anxiety.

People get better at hiding their anxiety, not actually learning to cope with it or change their lives to eliminate excess worry. 

What is High Functioning Anxiety?

In the United States, there are more than 40 million who suffer with an anxiety disorder, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

What distinguishes high-functioning anxiety from generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), though? The main distinction is how each person handles anxiety. When we think of generalized anxiety, we picture the fight-or-flight reaction.

A person with GAD could attempt to get away from an anxiety-inducing circumstance. For those with high functioning anxiety, you may not notice anything unless you are close in that person’s inner circle. 

Signs of High Functioning Anxiety

Research on high-functioning anxiety and the way it impacts people is quite limited, as mental health was barely addressed until this last century. 

The signs of high-functioning anxiety can be less visible, yet check in with yourself if you experienced this the last six months: 

  • Excessive worry
  • Restlessness
  • Concentration issues
  • Irritability
  • Muscle tension
  • Sleep issues

Some of these signs are more noticeable than others when it comes to high-functioning anxiety.

People who suffer from anxiety in silence may do so because they are worried!

Usually they are: 

  • High achiever
  • Very organized
  • Detail-oriented 
  • Outgoing 
  • Proactive

Reasons for High Functioning Anxiety

According to researchers, environmental and genetic factors frequently have a role in the development of anxiety. Some of the potential causes include:

  • anxiety runs in families
  • exposure to unpleasant circumstances
  • certain physical health difficulties, such as thyroid problems
  • Capitalism and unjust systems

Challenges of Living with High Functioning Anxiety

Even though someone is considered to be “high-functioning,” you could still suffer from some of the following issues such as people pleasing, talking too much, overthinking, or living in fear. 

A high-functioning anxious person is frequently thought of as an overachiever. You may be able to complete necessary chores yet feel as though other aspects of your life are stressed. For instance, perhaps you never step outside of your comfort zone. 

High Functioning Anxiety Treatment

Similar to other anxiety disorders, high-functioning anxiety is treated with counseling, therapy, prescription drugs, somatic practices, or a combination of approaches. 

Some clients may find that text therapy works well for managing their symptoms. You can better understand your anxiety and learn methods to control your symptoms by texting a therapist or counselor.

Consult your therapist about the best course of action if you believe you would benefit from text treatment.

In Conclusion

Anxiety that functions well can be a blessing in disguise. Knowing that you don’t have to be privately anxious to achieve and succeed can help you overcome any reluctance you may feel! 

Consider letting go of the inner battle that your anxiety generates while holding on to your good attributes in your established routines. Success does not necessarily come after overgiving, and you can have a more real experience of the world around you by being open to your true emotions and expressing them with others.

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Signs of A Man With Trust Issues  [DATING ADVICE!]

Signs of A Man With Trust Issues  [DATING ADVICE!]

 

I want to teach you signs of a man with trust issues, even though they vary. Let’s try to itemize the top 3 that I hear about ALL the time!

Please, don’t mistake the signs of man with trust issues with something that is actually wrong with you!

Whether you are new to understanding trust and repairing bonds, I think these signs of a man with trust issues will be helpful for your journey.

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Signs of A Woman With Trust Issues: 3 Ways to Know

Signs of A Woman With Trust Issues: 3 Ways to Know

 

Signs of a woman with trust issues may vary, yet this video is going to itemize some of that for you.

Please, don’t mistake the signs of someone’s trust issue with something that is actually wrong with you!

Whether you are new to understanding trust and repairing bonds, I think these signs of a woman with trust issues will be helpful and collaborative.

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Contraceptive Methods: Everything You Need To Know

Contraceptive Methods: Everything You Need To Know

 

Having sex comes with responsibilities, and if you want to enjoy it without undesired consequences, you will need to know all about contraceptive methods. Luckily, there are many options when talking about contraception, so you will easily find something that suits your needs and allows you to have as much sex you want, and more importantly, the way you want it. 

Depending on the contraceptive method, it protects you from unwanted pregnancy, while some of them will also keep you safe from sexually transmissible infections (STIs). To answer all questions you might have about contraception, take a look at the best contraceptive methods and find out what benefits they bring for your sexual health and lifestyle. 

Condoms

Having sex with a condom is the only way of protecting yourself and your sex partner against most STIs and pregnancy. It’s a contraceptive method that can be used on-demand, while also being hormone-free and simple to carry around with you at all times. Another great thing about condoms is they come in both male and female varieties. 

While male condoms are being rolled onto an erect penis to prevent sexual fluids from passing between the partners, the female condom is being placed into the vagina moments before having sex. When comparing these two options, a male condom is more practical, effective, and enjoyable as the female condom requires both partners to get used to it. 

Oral Contraceptive Pills

Oral contraceptive pills need to be taken once a day, and as much as there are many different types of pills to choose from, the principle is the same with all of them. Combines pills contain estrogen and progestin, and mini pills contain only one – progestin. The most important thing with any of these oral contraceptive pills is to take them on time.

When used correctly, contraceptive pills are highly effective, allow both partners sexual spontaneity, and doesn’t put your activities on pause during the entire sex. Many women are even taking them to reduce heavy and painful periods or as a part of the acne treatment, yet unlike condoms, these pills will not protect you or your sex partner against STIs. 

Contraceptive Implants

This contraceptive method implies a little, flexible rod being placed under the upper arm skin of a woman. There, it releases a form of the hormone progesterone. This hormone will stop the ovary from releasing the egg and thicken the woman’s cervical mucus which makes it very challenging for the sperm to enter the womb. 

With this method, you will need to do a small procedure that requires local anesthesia both when fitting it and removing it after three years. As a highly effective contraceptive method, it’s important to keep in mind there can be irregular bleeding at first, which needs to be monitored by a trained healthcare provider to avoid any potential problems. 

Intrauterine Devices (IUDs)

This is a small, T-shape device that contains progesterone hormone and is placed inside a uterus by a trained healthcare professional. It´s one of the longest-acting contraceptive methods as it can stay in for three to ten years. Some IUDs will even release hormones gradually to prevent pregnancy. 

It can even be fitted inside a uterus as emergency contraception as it’s efficient within five days of the last time you had unprotected sex. As it is with contraceptive implants mentioned above, you need to be aware of potential irregular bleeding and spotting in the first few months of use. 

Emergency Contraception Pills

If you forgot or didn’t have access to contraceptive methods, an emergency contraception pill might be exactly what you need. If you just had unprotected sex or a condom has broken during sex, the ‘Morning After’ pill can be effective within the first five days of unprotected sex. To make sure it’s as efficient as possible, you should take it immediately or within the next three days after sex. 

When taken in that period of time, the emergency contraception pill prevents more than 80% of expected pregnancies. It contains a special dose of female hormones. These ‘Morning After’ pills can be bought over the counter at a pharmacy or chemist without any prescription. Another benefit is that even women who cannot take oral contraceptive pills can take this pill to prevent potential pregnancy. 

Contraceptive Rings

A contraceptive ring is a flexible plastic ring that constantly releases hormones and is placed in the vagina. Unlike previously mentioned methods like IUDs and contraceptive implants, a woman will put in a contraceptive ring. It stays in for three weeks, and once a woman removes it, she will need to wait another week to put another contraceptive ring. 

 

This ring releases the estrogen and progestogen, both hormones found in the combined oral contraceptive pill, yet at a much lower dose. Contraceptive rings are also being used to control periods and you can work on your pregnancy if you want as soon as you remove it. 

Conclusion

When choosing an appropriate contraceptive method for yourself, it’s best to consult with your gynecologist. Not every woman will be able to use all of the above-mentioned methods, so it’s best to have that conversation before you make a decision. For instance, not all oral contraceptive pills are the same, so someone might have negative consequences taking one and feel completely fine by taking another type of pill. 

If you’ve decided to use a contraceptive method that requires the help of a trained help provider, make sure you’ve checked the background of that person before having the procedure. Making sure that the method is fitted correctly will keep you safe from pregnancy and minimalize the post-effects of the procedure, like bleeding and spotting. 

When in a serious relationship, talk about contraception with your partner as this decision affects you both. Having the support of your loved one will help you make the right decision and allow you to enjoy sex as you used to.

 

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How to deal with toxic family members!

How to deal with toxic family members!

Please, don’t settle for the emotional abuse from difficult people anymore. Toxic family members’ behavior has no place in the life you want to choose.

Whether your toxic family member is a parent or sibling, I will help you understand how to communicate better by setting limits.

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Sex Therapist Reacts to Adult Products Sex Doll

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Today, we discuss the adult product sex doll, which is one of the top favored sex toys for men. What is a life size sex doll for men and understand the difference between a silicone sex doll will be explained!

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Aromantic or Asexual: What is The Difference?

Aromantic or Asexual: What is The Difference?

 

Asexuality and aromantic don’t have the same meanings. As the terms imply, asexual individuals have little to no sexual attraction, whereas aromantic people have little to no romantic attraction. Each of these terms has several variations as well, meaning that not all people with little or no sexual attraction are immediately asexual. The same goes for aromantics. Those who are asexual are commonly known as “ace” and those who identify as aromantic use the term “aro.” 

Some people claim to be both asexual and aromantic. There are times that someone who is panromantic and is in love with another, for an aesthetic reason, yet may not find them sexually attractive. 

Therefore, just because you identify with one of these concepts doesn’t mean you do so with the other. To understand it better, let’s dive deeper. 

The Meaning of Asexuality

People who are asexual rarely or never feel sexual attraction. In other words, they experience little or no desire to engage in sexual activity with others. Since asexuality is a  spectrum, some asexuals are more attracted to other people sexually than others.

It’s possible to have sex with someone without feeling sexually attracted to them, thus this doesn’t imply that asexual individuals never engage in sexual activity. While some members of the asexual community refrain from having sex, others who are asexual could still have sex for a variety of reasons. Asexuals do not feel sexual attraction, while allosexual individuals do. 

The Meaning of Aromantic

Few or no romantic attractions are felt by aromantic individuals. Wanting to be in a committed relationship with someone is what romantic attraction is all about. A romantic connection can mean different things to different people.

Even though they don’t sense romantic attraction for a particular person, some aromantic individuals may have romantic relationships or may still want one. Someone who does not experience romantic attraction is the opposite of an aromantic. Alloromantic refers to this kind of individual.

Being Aromantic Asexual (aro, ace) 

Not all aromantic individuals are asexual, and not all asexual people are aromantic; nevertheless, some people are both.

Aromantic and asexual people rarely, if ever, feel sexual or romantic desire. However, that doesn’t mean they never form romantic attachments or engage in sexual activity. An individual who considers themselves to be both asexual and aromantic may fall entirely on different ends of either spectrum.

Asexuality and Aromantics: Other Terms 

Other words are also used to define people’s sexual and romantic identities. A few of the identities that fall under the asexual or aromantic category are:

  • Grayromantic or graysexual: One who only occasionally feels sexual or romantic desire is referred to as “graysexual” or “grayromantic.” They may only occasionally or with very little intensity feel sexual or romantic attraction.
  • Demimantic or demisexual: A person who can only feel sexually or romantically attracted to someone with whom they already have a close relationship is referred to as “demisexual” or “demiromantic.”
  • Recipromantic or reciprosexual: These phrases describe someone who only feels sexually or romantically attracted to someone who initially felt that way about them.
  • Akinomantic or akiosexual: These phrases describe someone who experiences sexual or romantic desire yet does not wish for that attraction to be reciprocated.
  • Aceflux or aroflux: These phrases describe people whose potential for romantic or sexual desire varies throughout time.

One or more of these terms might describe who you are, and your identity might change over time.

Signs of Aromanticism or Asexuality

Every aromantic asexual individual is distinct, and everyone has varied experiences in relationships.

But if you’re asexual and aromantic, you might relate to one or more of the following:

  • You haven’t felt much desire for a romantic or sexual relationship with a particular person.
  • You have a hard time picturing what being in love feels like.
  • You have a hard time picturing what lust feels like.
  • You find it difficult to relate when other people talk about being attracted to someone romantically or sexually.
  • The prospect of engaging in sexual activity or being in a romantic relationship makes you feel neutral or maybe disgusted.
  • You’re unsure if your desire for relationships or having sex is solely motivated by social expectations.

Being Asexual and Aromantic in Relationships

Depending on their feelings, aromantic asexual people may still engage in romantic or sexual interactions. After all, there are numerous reasons to have sex with someone or start a relationship; it’s not just because you’re attracted to them.

Keep in mind that being asexual or aromantic does not exclude a person from experiencing love or commitment. People may desire sexual activity for reasons other than sexual attraction, including:

  • providing or receiving enjoyment,
  • relationship with their partner,
  • sign of affection,
  • potential for children.

In a similar way, individuals might desire romantic connections independent of sexual attraction in order to:

  • parent together with someone,
  • commit to someone they love,
  • encourage one another emotionally.

Not Wanting a Relationship or Sex

To be happy, you don’t need to be in a romantic or sexual relationship. Social support is crucial, yet you may obtain it by developing close friendships and family ties, which everyone can do, whether or not they are in love relationships.

The term “queerplatonic relationships,” which describes close relationships that aren’t necessarily romantic or sexual, may be preferred by some asexual or aromantic individuals. They have a stronger bond than a typical friendship.

For instance, a queerplatonic partnership can entail co-parenting, providing emotional and social support for one another, or splitting costs and obligations. 

Similarly, there are instances where people can be sex-favorable or aesthetically attracted to one another, such as doing a hobby together, so it feels like a bond, yet behaviors do not go further. 

It’s acceptable to not want to have sex. It doesn’t imply that there is a problem with you or that there is a problem you need to resolve. Some asexuals engage in both sex and masturbation, while some people don’t engage in sexual activity.

Asexual individuals could be:

  • Sex-averse people are those who don’t want to have sex and find the idea repulsive (for example, think of someone you love as a mentor, yet you are not sexually attracted to them). 
  • Sex-indifferent individuals lack strong feelings regarding sex in either direction.
  • Sex-favorable if they enjoy some sex-related activities and don’t feel sexual attraction.

It’s possible for people to notice that their attitudes toward sex change throughout time and with each particular person they are interacting with.

In Final Words

If you are asexual or aromantic, it’s completely alright as long as you are okay with it. If being asexual or aromantic is having you feel negative or frustrated and you want to change that, you can reach out to a therapist or a mental health professional who specialize in this. You can also get trained by a specialized educator that we approved, like Aubri Lancaster

Be sure when you look on their website or forms, they include terms that you have seen. They have to have a general understanding of identity to be effective. 

Also, keep in mind that none of these two terms, or any term mentioned in this article, is permanent. The way you feel about sex, love, and relationships can change throughout your life and with each person. Therefore, giving yourself the chance to understand better how you feel is more important than memorizing these terms. After all, how you feel matters! 

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Sugar Daddy Tips to Finding a Sugar Baby [SUGAR DADDY Experience First Date]

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My favorite sugar daddy tips shared here. Sex therapist advice is a little bit more specific than sugar baby advice, since I’ve heard about several sugar daddy experience first dates already!

Finding a sugar baby can be easy if you understand the sugar baby lifestyle, and understand what you have to offer as a sugar daddy!

These are my favorite ways to get the life you have been waiting for.

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Marriage Therapist’s Love Advice to Singles [BEST DATING ADVICE]

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Sex Therapist’s Love Advice to Singles to manifest love. Forget traditional dating advice, this is proven the best relationship advice. Love advice actually matters more than various relationship tips.

For long-term and depthful relationships, I am going to tell you the best love advice no one told you… not because they were withholding, yet most people don’t actually manifest love with the relationship tips they have been given.

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About Life Coaching and Therapy

Life Coaching and Therapy (LCAT) is a therapy and coaching practice that transforms our clients lives through our flexible. Multi-technique approach and pleasure-skills training provided by systematically-trained and licensed therapists!

Get to know our founder and owner, Amanda Pasciucco, (a.k.a. The Sex Healer) a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). And an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist (CST) that has developed innovative therapy programs and therapy videos that get results.

Our team of compassionate, licensed therapists and certified sex therapists help all clients who visit us for a variety of personal, relationship, intimacy and sex problems.

LCAT provides on-site appointments, as well as video chat and text therapy programs.

Learn more about how LCAT can help improve your life at What We Do