6/19/2024

[Sex & Xes] Do you feel the need for an erectile dysfunction medication?

 

Erectile dysfunction medications were developed in response to the human desire for sex. Many companies have developed and marketed erectile dysfunction medications. Physically, erectile dysfunction in men is related to blood circulation. These pills allow men to have erections for up to 72 hours with a single dose, not always, but spontaneously when the desire and excitement of sex arises. Initially, people were cautious to use these products due to the many side effects that followed, but in recent years, they’ve become more common with little risk of side effects.

      It’s true that they’ve made sex much smoother, and their invention was certainly a breakthrough. However, the question of whether erectile dysfunction medications have actually helped couples improve their sex lives is something that needs to be rethought. Erectile dysfunction is usually caused by psychological problems, not by aging or physical problems. So, even if erectile dysfunction medications have helped a man get an erection, sex with his partner may still be unsatisfying.

      Erections and sex are very important for men. Being able to have sex is like being able to prove that you're alive as a man, and if you can’t have sex, you lose passion and your energy dies. Men place a lot of importance on penis size, erections, virility, and stamina because they believe that being able to satisfy a woman sexually is a sign of masculinity.

     However, despite the importance they place on sex, they often don't know much about sexual function and sex in practice. Rather than relying on temporary sexual enhancement from erectile dysfunction medications, a change in perception is necessary to restore sexual function in a fundamental way, and enjoy full pleasure with your partner. Please, remember that erectile dysfunction medications improve erections, but this doesn't necessarily correlate with enjoyment of sex. Boredom and mannerisms are often bigger problems.

      Men may also enjoy having sex with a new partner due to the effects of freshness, excitement, and curiosity, which may help erection and ejaculation. However, this doesn’t last long as far as they only perceive sex as physical activity that focuses on penetration, ejaculation, and orgasm. Just as important as the erectile dysfunction medication, it's important to think of sex as a whole process, from the daily routine to the afterplay. If you think of sex only as caressing, penetration, and ejaculation, then erectile dysfunction medications will do more harm than good in the long run. You'll only end up with unsatisfying sex that leads to a growing sexual desire for more as if you were drinking salt water.

      This is why many men try to meet new women, even if it means investing time, money, and effort, because they perceive and enjoy the whole process as having sex, from having dinner together to the afterplay. The whole process builds passion in men. If you're in a relationship, and you're able to perceive every part of your daily routine as sex and enjoy it consistently, there's no need to go through the hassle and risk of meeting new women. The reason they don't is that both men and women don't have the ability to enjoy sex in a true sense. However, it is not difficult to create true sex ability if you invest a little time, money, and effort in order to enjoy sexual bliss as a couple until the day you die.

      Erectile dysfunction medications will only temporarily improve the physical problem. It's one thing to have the pleasure of having an erection, but it's quite another to actually enjoy the pleasure of sex. Therefore, it's important to first restore the underlying sexual function and then build a sexual performance that will allow a couple to enjoy a lifetime of sexual happiness. It's important to realize that curing erectile dysfunction completely and achieving lifelong sexual happiness is possible, even if it seems impossible.

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[Mother Therapy] If your child or teen wants to move out and become independent

 

As a parent, what would you do if your child or teen wanted to move out on their own? Of course, there are times when school or family circumstances force a child to move out on their own, but most parents would be concerned and oppose the move. There is a difference between a child or teen running away from home and moving out on their own. Running away is when a child leaves home without parental support, while moving out is when a child separates from home with parental support.

      There are three main reasons why a child or teen might move out on their own. They may want to live freely, free from stress and difficulties at home; they may want to stop studying and have fun; or they may want to live according to their own will, avoiding interference from their parents. Whatever the reason for your child's decision to move out, it's important to consider the issues that may arise when your child becomes independent and to prevent problems from arising.

      As your child moves out and wants to pursue their own self-actualization and happiness, you need to make sure they understand their rights and responsibilities. The next thing to consider is that when children become independent, they will have to live their daily lives based on the psychological habits that have been formed so far. When children become independent, some parents will support them in many ways for their survival and safety, which may lead to the problem that they are not really independent, but dependent on parents for self-actualization.

Having the right to self-actualization, but not being responsible for it, increases the likelihood that an independent child will develop a distorted sense of self-actualization, which can lead to habits of dependency and to a life of dependence on others later in life.

      So what should parents do when their child wants to move out? We recommend that you first analyze the reasons for your child's desire for independence as a child or adolescent, and then study the possible countermeasures and solutions. Then, you should prepare your child for independence by discussing with them the changes in rights and problems that will occur when they become independent.

     Parents and children should also make plans about returning home when problems arise after moving out, especially discussing issues and prevention of illness, health, accidents, crimes, etc. This way, children will strive to avoid causing problems after moving out and will be able to return home immediately when problems arise. Parents should always talk to their children about the importance of returning home safely and without pressure, and help them to fully appreciate this. This is why your role is so important when your child wants to move out on their own, or when they actually move out.

 Opposing independence at all costs can be very damaging to the parent-child relationship and can make it very difficult for the child, so it's best to tread lightly and realize that this whole process can be a good experience in their growth.  

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[Mother Therapy] Too many thoughts, too many thoughts


        You may have experienced having too many thoughts. You nay may have said to yourself, ‘My thoughts are chasing my tail. I don't know if I'm sleeping or not because I'm thinking too much... I wake up quickly and can't go back to sleep, so I'm tired every day. I think I have a problem... Do I have a mental problem? Do I need to go to therapy?’  It's easy to see yourself thinking too much and think that there's something wrong with you and that you should seek treatment. But thinking too much doesn't mean you have a problem and need treatment.

We all naturally feel stressed as we go about our daily lives, but having lots of thoughts and worries isn't necessarily a negative thing. We can use our thoughts and worries to prevent harm and protect ourselves. For example, if you have children, you may have anxiety about whether you're doing a good job as a parent, worry about your child's development and health, worry about your relationship with your child, and so on. Having a lot of thoughts and concerns about parenting doesn't necessarily mean that you're having a negative impact on yourself or your child.

Rather, it's a sign that you're interested in parenting and parenting well, that you recognize the importance of relationships, and that you want to grow together and be a good influence. On the contrary, a lot of thinking and worrying about parenting can give us the opportunity to learn about healthy parenting and have a positive impact on the parent-child relationship. Therefore, a certain amount of thinking and worry, or moderate stress, is healthy.

What does it mean when we have a lot of thoughts and worries and a lot of stress? It means that there's something you want to do. It could be that you want to live your life well, and if you've been doing well, you want to keep doing well.

What if you look at having a lot of thoughts and worries not as a sign that there's something wrong with you, but as a sign that you want to make an effort to do something well? You've been doing well in your life, and you're going to continue to do well in your life, with these signals. If the thoughts that are bothering you are not going away, and you're dwelling on them for too long, and they're having a negative impact on your life and the relationships around you, it is also absolutely fine to seek professional help.

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6/12/2024

[Sex & Xes] Tips for having successful sex

 

Today, I'd like to talk about “tips for having successful sex”, which is a topic that many men and women actually want to know more about. Simply and simply, the only thing a man needs to have successful sex is to have good physical sexual function, so men don't actually need tips to have successful sex. Rather, the search for information and knowledge about sex leads to xes wounds in xesmind in men caused by perceived sexual information, which accumulates and leads to sexual dysfunction. No matter how much information and knowledge you have about sex, if your body doesn't respond in a sexual situation, you won't have successful sex.

On the other hand, for successful sex, women need to have a lot of information and knowledge about sex. This is the complete opposite of the notion that sex is centered around men, that men need to know a lot of information about sex, and that men need to take the lead. You may be asking, “Does this mean that the time has finally come for women to take the lead in sex?” But I want you to understand that I am not speaking in terms of time or socio-culture, but in terms of the workings of the mind and the xesmind.

Women needing to know about sex means only that they need to know how to pleasure themselves. Most women don't know how to pleasure themselves in sex, and that's why they're often in a passive position in sex. Women who still balk at the phrase “women should know how” are doing so because they're thinking of sex with men-centeredness: women don't have to lead men, and they don't have to feel shame about pleasuring themselves through sex. Women should just focus on making themselves satisfied and happy through sex without thinking too much about it, and they should figure out how to do that.

So, when women are having sex for their own pleasure and happiness, what happens when men's sexual functioning is in sync with that? It would create the ultimate passion for the man, and the ultimate love and happiness for the woman, resulting in a complete union and maximum satisfaction. But in reality, no matter how much information men have about sex, women usually don't know how to enjoy it for themselves, and that information leads to men having xes wounds that cause them to develop sexual dysfunction, and sex becomes more and more of a mystery.

The result is that sex gradually becomes a means of pleasure or a way to be loved, and both men and women become confused about the process of sex, and then, they judge the success of sex based solely on ejaculation and orgasm. As this continues and repeats, sex becomes boring and obligatory.

Men should only be concerned with improving their own sexual function. Men should avoid seeking information and knowledge about sex as much as possible, and realize that the more information they accumulate, the more problems they will have with their sexual functioning. Women should also be concerned with learning how to achieve their own pleasure and happiness. Please, remember that when a woman feels the most pleasure and happiness in sex, it will automatically create the most passion and pleasure in her partner.

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6/10/2024

[Mother Therapy] Problems with solutions to children’s behavioral issues

 

As children and teens grow up, they encounter many problems. When caregivers, teachers, and other adults become uncomfortable with what children and adolescents say and do, they recognize that a problem exists and try to solve the problem individually, and if the problem persists or worsens, the child or adolescent is considered to have a problem. Most children and adolescents' problems can be categorized into health and physical problems, relationship problems, emotional problems, thought problems. These problems are common in the growth process. While individual solutions to directly address children and adolescents' problems can be effective in some cases, people don't realize that those solutions can also have serious problems in most cases.

Children and adolescents have the right to be physically safe. They also have the right to form healthy psychological habits, and through trial and error, they form habits of relationships, emotions, and thoughts. Parents, schools, and society are responsible for protecting these rights of children and teens. For example, if children and adolescents have health problems, their parents should seek medical help to resolve them.

      The formation of psychological habits requires making a lot of trial and error. Through making trial and error, children and adolescents create their own psychological habits to address difficulties, solve problems, and avoid repeating them. As a caregiver, it's your responsibility to help children and adolescents learn from their mistakes.

      However, in the real world, when children and teens make mistakes, we decide that something is wrong with them, and we use admonition and discipline to help them solve the problem. If you decide that all of the child's trials and errors are problems, you'll have to work individually to solve many problems, and each problem will require a different solution. Then, even if one problem is solved, many other problems will arise, each requiring a different solution.

      This is a serious problem that arises when it is not recognized that children and adolescents are forming psychological habits through trial and error. When children and teens experience trial and error, caregivers usually feel uncomfortable and decide that something is wrong with them.

      When caregivers are comfortable, they rationalize and justify that children and adolescents are doing well and growing up without problems, which interferes with the formation of psychological habits and robs children and adolescents of their rights. When this happens, the child or adolescent develops a habit of relying on the caregiver or other people to solve problems, and distorted psychological habits are formed, and the child or adolescent's psychological habits become aligned with the caregiver's psychological habits.

      Rather than providing each solution to a problem, it is necessary to help children and adolescents to solve their own problems through trial and error, along with parenting methods that help them to form psychological habits. Only when they are unable to solve their own problems should parents intervene. It should be a priority for parents to help children and adolescents solve their own problems and help them form healthy psychological habits.

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6/05/2024

[Sex & Xes] Stress and male sexual dysfunction


        Unlike women, men don't process stress and store it in their memory, but rather, when it comes to stress, they either eliminate it or avoid it. This means that they are generally vulnerable to stress, but some men are more prone to sexual dysfunction than others. Let's take a look at the underlying reasons for this difference.

First, stress is a feeling that occurs when information perceived by the five senses, which are sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell is unpleasant. When men experience stress, their mind's defense mechanisms kick in to eliminate or avoid it. When a man's stress is persistent, it's not really a cumulative effect of stress, but rather one stressful event followed by another.

In order for a man to eliminate stress, he must convert the information perceived by his sensory organs due to a stressful event into a good mood, which means he must indulge in fun and pleasure, which we call healing. Even if the information that causes stress is blocked, it's not the end of the story: men may feel relaxed and comfortable after blocking stress, but they won't have the passion to do something again. So men must generate passion by immersing themselves in post-stress pleasure. This is where sex comes in. The more stressful and intense the situation is, the more men are likely to turn to sex to relieve it, because what gives them the most fun and pleasure in the moment is sexual information.

Men don't really think about sex at all when they're in a stressful situation, regardless of their sexual functioning. Sexual desire occurs the moment when they want to block out that stress and immerse themselves in pleasure. It's a momentary diversion in which you want to immerse yourself in fun and pleasure, and sex is a way to do that. If you can deal with stress properly and rekindle your passion by having healthy sex, you can actually stabilize your body and mind. But one thing that's often overlooked is that when men have sex with the intention of relieving stress, they accumulate xes information in xes memory.

For men, this accumulation of sexual information grows xes wounds, which can have adverse physical and psychological effects on men. When a man thinks about sex, it doesn't have much of an effect on his xes memory, but when he actually has sex, it triggers a lot more xes information and xes wounds than just thinking about it. For example, if you think, “I've been really stressed out at work, and I really want to blow off some steam,” it doesn't have much of an effect.

 But when you have that specific thought and actually have sex to relieve yourself, it's like a sponge soaking up water, and it makes you perceive a tremendous amount of sexual information. This is because you're not having sex mindlessly or to make the woman you love happy, but you're having sex with the explicit and overwhelming purpose of getting off for pleasure and fun. The more you do this, the more you build up a huge amount of xes information in your xes memory, and the more it's constantly working against you, and that's what leads to sexual dysfunction.

It's not that stress is causing you to not be able to get an erection or to ejaculate prematurely, but that your using sex as a means of pleasure to deal with stress leads to sexual dysfunction.

There's a big difference between stress directly causing sexual dysfunction and sexual dysfunction as a result of dealing with stress by means of having sex. No man is free from stress, and if you're passionately pursuing values of life, you're likely to be more stressed than others. Even if stress is the root of all your ills, you can't give up your values and your social life to be stress-free. Fortunately, sexual dysfunction is not directly caused by stress, but by using sex as a means of coping with stress. Even if you've already developed sexual dysfunction, you can overcome it by creating a healthy stress coping system, either on your own or with the help of a professional.  

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5/30/2024

[Mother Therapy] What do autism and ADHD have in common?

 

Autism and ADHD are similar in the sense that both are accompanied by the imbalance between perception and expression. If you express everything as you perceive, you have ADHD, but if you remember what you have perceived but don't express it, you have autism. Autistic people who can't get out of their thoughts and cannot express themselves should be led to express themselves through words and actions, but they don't want to express themselves because they can't handle expressing them.

      When we are born, our minds are empty, but then, our conscious and unconscious minds begin to come into play, and the first thing babies do is to perceive. Both ADHD and autism are caused by problems of perception, which is why they are so common in boys. Conversely, Asperger's syndrome, which is linked to memory, is more common in girls.

     These symptoms are caused by an imbalance between perception, memory, and expression, so it's important for children to create habits to remember what they perceive and express it properly, so that their psychological operations are balanced and not tilted in one direction or the other. When perception, memory, and expression are balanced, the child's psychology works in a stable way, and the child can live a healthy life without any problem.

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5/29/2024

[Mother Therapy] Children and teens who are verbally abusive and violent at home


 

Sometimes children and teens use verbal and physical violence at home against parents and siblings. To address this issue, it's important to understand the causes, problems, and solutions for children's aggression and violence, and to know what to do in your home.

First, we need to understand why children and adolescents use verbal abuse and violence. First, verbal abuse and violence can occur when a child is at risk of losing his or her right to be safe, or when a child is at risk of losing his or her right to develop healthy psychological habits. This can happen when parents neglect or coerce their children, which can be seen as an absence of parenting. Second, children may use verbal abuse and violence as a means of avoiding or relieving stress and wounds when they are unable to manage trial and error in the process of forming psychological habits.

Third, when a child pursues his or her own pleasure and a parent or sibling interferes, verbal abuse and violence may result. Fourth, when a parent has psychological problems, verbal abuse and violence can occur as a result of resentment and distrust of the parent. This is when a parent's words and actions become intolerable to the child, and the child expresses anger toward the parent.

The problems that occur in this situation are as follows. First, the psychology of the parents, siblings, and children is destroyed, so family breakdown occurs very quickly., Second, the child who is verbally abusive and violent already has psychological problems, which is rapidly worsening. Third, the child loses any sense of guilt or remorse for his or her verbal abuse and violence, and rationalizes and justifies his or her verbal abuse and violence.

Fourth, a child who is verbally abusive and violent may come to believe that everything in the family belongs to him or her, that he or she should be in control of the family, and that everyone in the family should obey him or her. Therefore, he or she will use everything in the family for his or her own pleasure and enjoyment. In this way, a child's verbal abuse and violence destroys a family, and leads to the development of psychological and behavioral problems in both the child and the family, ruining everyone's life.

Then, what can you do about your child's verbal abuse and violence? First, you need to separate the abusive child from the victims of the abuse, so that they have a chance to learn that they can't get their way. Second, you need to hold your child accountable for their verbal abuse and violence. You can do this by helping them understand their rights and responsibilities as children and adolescents and their rights and responsibilities to self-actualization. If they commit crimes, they need to be punished and held accountable.

 Third, the family needs to be restored. The family must be helped to cure and recover from the psychological and behavioral problems caused by the child's verbal abuse and violence, and when the child returns to the family after recovery, the child must be properly raised and educated about their rights. Fourth, you need to adopt a process of psychological recovery for children who are verbally abusive and violent. They need to recover by treating their own psychological conditions and form their own healthy habits of healing stress and healing wounds.

Once your child has recovered, the verbal abuse and violence will stop, and they will be able to grow up in a happy, healthy home with their family. It's important to note that superficially addressing your child's verbal and behavioral issues can actually exacerbate the problem. A comprehensive solution that fits the family environment must be applied.

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[Sex & Xes] To have sex or not to have sex

 

Sexual desire is something that any man or woman can have, and it is not subject to judgment as right or wrong because it is a thought that belongs to only one's own mind. Sexual desire as well as appetite and the desire for achievement is energy that seeks to fill in, compensate for, or develop something that is missing in order to live happily. Therefore, the first premise is that an individual's sexual desire is no one's business to judge or interfere with, unless it is misguidedly expressed outwardly and causes harm to others.

Sexual desire can always be converted into the desire to pursue values of life. However, there are some people whose thoughts remain stuck on sexual desire. This is usually the case for men who are unable to pursue their values and heal from stress, or for women who are in an unstable state in the pursuit of meanings in their lives and have many wounds. Overly focusing on sexual desire can lead to a life of pursuing only sex as the manifestation of sexual desire. However, sexual desire can also be used as a great source of energy for happiness.

Some people self-impose abstinence because they believe that having sex wastes energy that could be spent for other fulfillments. From the perspective of the theory of mimind and xesmind, this is actually not a suppression of desire, but rather a transformation of desire into the energy of value-pursuit. For men, for whom having sex is actually only a temporary outlet for their sensory organs, there is only a small and temporary loss of energy, not enough to be called a waste.

In fact, when men have passionate sex with someone they love and protect, this energy is actually used to fuel their passion for future happiness, and this energy can be used to better pursue their values in life. However, when a man has reckless sex with a woman he doesn't love and protect, his xes wounds grow to be excessive, causing damage to the body and leading to sexual dysfunction and somatization.

Men are usually very passionate about their value pursuits, and when they put all their energy into them day and night, they have no reason to think about sex. When they stop pursuing their values in life for a moment, the energy that they put into them becomes disoriented, and they feel sexual desire, but when they return to their value pursuits, sexual desire disappears again soon.

 Women, too, will no longer feel lonely or in need of love and attention from other people if they allow the sexual energy to work on their own emotions and create their own happiness. The important thing is to accurately know the nature of sexuality, which creates human energy, and the nature of the mind, so that we can put that energy to good use constructively. If you don't know the nature of sexuality and the mind, and you practice abstinence just by suppressing your sexual desire, it is very likely that the opposite force will come into play, and your desires may be distorted and expressed in actions that cause harm to yourself and others.

If you are considering trying abstinence for any reason, it's good to know that it's possible to have a fully satisfying sex life with someone you love and protect and still live happily with the great energy of passion that your happy sex life creates.

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5/22/2024

[Mother Therapy] Children and teenagers who refuse to go to school

 

There are times when a child or a teenager doesn't want to go to school or wants to drop out. As a caregiver, you may try to convince the child or the teenager to stay in school or not drop out. In some cases, caregivers may not think it's a big deal to not go to school or drop out, telling them, "It's your life, it's your decision," or "I respect your decision." Others may offer a plan for not going to school or dropping out, or they may simply assume that the child will figure it out.

There are many reasons why children and adolescents may choose not to go to school or drop out. They may not feel the need to do school work, they may be stressed or hurt at school, they may have more fun or interests outside of school, they may have problems with their relationship with their teacher or with their peers, or they may be victims of bullying, verbal abuse, or violence.

These are all signs that a child or adolescent is experiencing trial and error in the formation of psychological habits, or that they have developed problems in the habits of psychology. Children and adolescents try to avoid going to school or drop out in order to feel safe or comfortable.

In this case, the first problem is that the formation of psychological habits may be distorted, and problems in the habits of psychology may develop. This will cause serious problems in the growth process of children and adolescents, and when they become adults and pursue self-actualization, they will have many difficulties in life.

The second problem is that it can cause problems with knowledge education. Acquiring knowledge is a necessary process for higher education and intellectual development, so we must find ways to replace knowledge education in schools so that children and adolescents can continue knowledge education on their own.

The third problem is that children and adolescents give up their rights and are easily exposed to self-actualization as if they were adults. In this case, children and adolescents may be victimized for other people's self-actualization, become perpetrators or victims of crimes, and have everything they have taken advantage of by selfish people.  

Then, what can you do if a child or a teenager refuses to school or wants to drop out? First, you need to keep them safe, which means creating an environment where they can't be taken advantage of by others. Second, the primary caregiver needs to rebuild the relationship with the child or the teenager. You need to build a good relationship with the child or the adolescent so that they can trust you and talk to you. The third is to help the child or adolescent understand their rights and responsibilities for self-actualization, which should be understood by children or adolescents, but not taught or imposed upon them.

Fourth, you should help children and teenagers develop habits for healing stress and treating wounds, and help them develop these habits on their own, rather than having caregivers, teachers, or professionals create habits for them. Fifth, you need to help them create habits of problem solving, trial and error, and overcoming challenges. Sixth, you need to help them find good things about school.

By following these six steps in sequence, you can help children and teenagers who refuse to go to school or who want to drop out of school. Not going to school or dropping out may not not a sign of a serious problem, but it's important to know exactly what the benefits and drawbacks are, and what the problems and solutions are.

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[Sex & Xes] Women’s masturbation

 

Today we're going to talk about masturbation in women. We're going to talk about it from a psychological perspective. Masturbation is the act of arousing oneself to sexual pleasure. In general, women masturbate less than men. Whether or not you masturbate depends on whether or not your sexual desire leads to direct sexual arousal or not. Different individuals have different levels of sexual desire, different passive or active approaches to sex, different ways of expressing themselves, and different perceptions of sex. If you have a negative perception of sex, you will tend to have a strong aversion to masturbation.

      Women value psychological satisfaction and emotional connection when it comes to sex, which is a major factor in women’s sexual arousal. Therefore, women tend to believe that it is more appropriate to have sex with a partner to achieve physical and emotional satisfaction than to masturbate just to please their sensory organs. Women's different levels of sexual desire results in the difference in how often they masturbate. Rather than most women having an average level of sexual desire, women tend to be on a spectrum of either very high or very low sexual desire, so they either really enjoy masturbation or really dislike it.

For women who enjoy sex and are familiar with the pleasure of orgasm, masturbation can be very helpful, but overall, women who enjoy sex are more likely to prefer having sex with a partner to masturbation, as masturbation usually has only 70% of the satisfaction level of having sex with a partner. You can take a full control in masturbation, whereas having sex involves a lot of movements that are out of your control and the arousal is intensified by the perception of the other person's response in having sex.

     There is still a negative perception of female masturbation in society, and women who haven't experienced the benefits of masturbation may have a negative perception of it. However, as a substitute for sex, masturbation has many benefits for women. Women may prefer masturbation to avoid the negative aspects of sex, such as stress, hassle, and exhaustion that come with sex. They can feel comfortable expressing their desires that they may not be able to show to the partner, and they can experience the pleasure of sex without being judged by their partner. Sexual stimulation is also beneficial because it provides a sense of comfort and security, both physically and psychologically.

     Women have the ability to generate xes energy on their own, and they can be trained to generate xes energy and utilize it as positive energy in their daily lives. In this sense, masturbation can be a very effective practice compared with suffering from and struggling with incompatible sex with a partner. In recent years, female masturbation has been on the rise, and it has become more socially acceptable. The number of single women living on their own is also on the rise, and their personal preferences for sex and their right to pleasure are being recognized more.

There are many different ways for women to masturbate. Each person has their own preferences, so it's a good idea to expose yourself to a variety of information and then, find your own way. There is another thing to keep in mind. Any imaginary sex you have while masturbating should only be for the duration of your masturbation and you must leave it at that. Trying to make it a reality or continuing to connect emotionally in your daily life is asking for trouble. Masturbation is not just for men; it's a very useful tool for women, and women should try to have a positive perception of it rather than a negative one.

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