Manhattan sex specialist and writer Ian Kerner informs me that simply just like eating, drinking, or shopping, “sex can easily escalate into a means of self-medicating to cope with psychological unrest, whether it is in order to avoid those feelings or, conversely, to confront them in a much deeper, fuller method.”

Manhattan sex specialist and writer Ian Kerner informs me that simply just like eating, drinking, or shopping, “sex can easily escalate into a means of self-medicating to cope with psychological unrest, whether it is in order to avoid those feelings or, conversely, to confront them in a much deeper, fuller method.” Determining what exactly is… Continue reading Manhattan sex specialist and writer Ian Kerner informs me that simply just like eating, drinking, or shopping, “sex can easily escalate into a means of self-medicating to cope with psychological unrest, whether it is in order to avoid those feelings or, conversely, to confront them in a much deeper, fuller method.”