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Sex and Depression: In the Brain, if Not the Mind

Tweet Post from NY Times, 1.19.09, by Dr. Richard Friedman) Published: January 19, 2009 As everyone knows, sex feels good. Or does it? In recent years, I’ve come across several patients for whom sex is not just unpleasurable; it actually … Continue reading

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The Present Moment Is All We’ve Got, Part 2

Tweet A lot of the time, we lose valuable experiences that take place in the present moment because we are busy “living” our lives in our heads, either lost in the memories of the past, or fantasizing about the future, … Continue reading

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The Present Moment Is All We’ve Got

Tweet The work that I do with men is very much grounded in the present moment. Most of the problems that we experience are byproducts of living in the past, in memories about how things used to be (for better … Continue reading

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