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Virginity brought with it arrested development on the level of a handicapping condition, like the Russian orphans I’d read about whose lack of physical contact altered their neurobiology and prevented them from forming emotional bonds. Similarly, it felt as if celibacy was stunting my growth; it wasn’t just sex I lacked but relationships with men entirely. Too independent for Mormon men, and too much a virgin for the other set, I felt trapped in adolescence. #LDS

Virginity brought with it arrested development on the level of a handicapping condition, like the Russian orphans I’d read about whose lack of physical contact altered their neurobiology and prevented them from forming emotional bonds. Similarly, it felt as if celibacy was stunting my growth; it wasn’t just sex I lacked but relationships with men entirely. Too independent for Mormon men, and too much a virgin for the other set, I felt trapped in adolescence. #LDS

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25 Practical Tips About The Horrors Of Raising A Teenage Girl (That Movies Or TV Won't Teach You)

10 Mantras To Help You Stop Giving A Sh*t About Your Bikini Body

10 Mantras To Help You Stop Giving A Sh*t About Your Bikini Body

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Why is it so difficult to heal emotional trauma? Maybe it is because we do not understand what our emotional wounds really are. We tend to think of an emotional wound as the original traumatic experience – as the “thing” that happened to us. But the wound is actually the dis-empowering belief that we developed as a result of the traumatic experience. In order to heal, it is important to uncover the core traumatic beliefs that wound created. By Contributing Writer Nanice Ellis

Why is it so difficult to heal emotional trauma? Maybe it is because we do not understand what our emotional wounds really are. We tend to think of an emotional wound as the original traumatic experience – as the “thing” that happened to us. But the wound is actually the dis-empowering belief that we developed as a result of the traumatic experience. In order to heal, it is important to uncover the core traumatic beliefs that wound created. By Contributing Writer Nanice Ellis

8 Tips to Writing a Wicked Awesome Blog Post  I have been doing a lot of blog writing lately and thought I write a post about a few suggesti...

8 Tips to Writing a Wicked Awesome Blog Post I have been doing a lot of blog writing lately and thought I write a post about a few suggesti...

34 Crucial Tips For Your Next Job Interview #Infographic Career, Career Advice, Career Tips #career

34 Crucial Tips For Your Next Job Interview

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A variety of articles which delve deeper into the thoughts we just don't have the time to think about.

Shaking Off Loneliness

A variety of articles which delve deeper into the thoughts we just don't have the time to think about.

The Now Habit: Overcoming Procrastination and Enjoying Guilt-Free Play

The Now Habit: Overcoming Procrastination and Enjoying Guilt-Free Play

Hiring is a headache. John Sullivan’s latest post at ERE pulls together a ton of shocking numbers that should convince you we need to find a better way.

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