Many men experience some form of sexual difficulty during their life span. Erectile dysfunction can happen to a young man or an old man. It's not often discussed between partners nor is it even discussed much by friends. There's unnecessary shame attached to having ED, which is why it's excluded from conversations. Here is an interesting article that describes the different issues and treatments: https://www.uptodate.com/contents/sexual-problems-in-men-beyond-the-basics
“When you feel happy, really happy, it somehow seems that you’ve always been happy and that you’ll always be happy. The same is often true when you feel sad, or lonely, or depressed, or broke, or sick, or scared. Something, perhaps, to remember.” —Notes From The Universe It's bad enough to feel depressed, anxious, insecure, jealous, fearful, without believing you've been this way more often than not during your lifetime. How often has someone told you they were born to be unhappy or to have problems or some version of those that indicate the person's perception of themselves and their lives is very negative? With few exceptions they're probably wrong. Science and brain imaging are now able to prove that people will remember negative and unhappy events far more than they will remember happy or pleasant things. Your life may not have unfolded the way you remember it. In fact, it's likely that it didn't because you remember the bad and aren't able to retrieve the good from your past. I've witnessed this phenomenon many times over my years as a psychotherapist. A client comes in having had a negative experience the previous week and during their session they will...
This is an excellent article defining depression and the different types of depression. There was only one place where I thought what is being said could be missed. In atypical depression one of the symptoms is "Interpersonal rejection sensitivity". I don't think that's very clear because sometimes depression is manifested by irritability and anxiety and that's what that symptom in the list means. It's easy to miss that type of depression. However, I find it is very common. There's even a self test to take. Take a look: http://www.psycom.net/depression.central.drugnames.html
A simple explanation about why old people aren’t running around shrieking and crying. Check it out. If you’re not old now; you’re on your way! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVi40hqgYE8
This is a very interesting article about the seven types of unhappiness most people experience if they are unhappy. http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/9lscrj/ #mjklimenko #moreofyou
I wrote a letter of complaint two years ago that I posted on the Internet. The author of this article contacted me and asked for an interview. Here is her story. http://time.com/money/4250147/long-term-care-insurance-rising-premiums/