Journey to the In-Between

Ventura, Michael
November 2009
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;Nov/Dec2009, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p50
The article offers information on the issue of being a sexual being and sexuality in couples. It notes that couples in long-term relationships expand the scope of their shares sensuality. It tends to be considered only as part of an element in a relationship. However, through imagination it is recognize as psychoactive, psychotropic, and psychedelic that leads to a state of being unattainable. Further, sexuality is a means of communication in which it communicates sensory and imaginal.


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