If you think porn is a true description of a satisfying sex life – think again!
Stockholm, Sweden (PRWEB) May 18, 2012
Too much of anything, even a great thing, can ruin it. No, this is not to say abstinence is the only way. Rather the opposite actually. Millions of people feel disheartened and don’t light up anymore when they talk about sex. It’s as if the magic is gone, the excitement, the expectations. The worst part of this is that this includes a large number of young adults just starting out in life. Partly to blame for this is the glamorization of porn and the porn revolution. Exposure to this kind of material can wreak havoc with our brains and emotional health. Some even say that we stand before a new pandemic - porn addiction!
Excessive exposure to porn can turn a healthy, thriving libido and sex drive into a weak trickle, and even kill it completely. It also has a numbing effect on our emotions. There seems to be a lack of awareness of how much the pornographic way of life –isolation - has influenced human interaction as well as society as a whole.
This attempt at trying to isolate sex from love and love from life is never going to work. Love is an integral part of great, amazing and awe-inspiring love-making and sex.
Time to re-focus, time to give love and romance a well deserved renaissance? Absolutely, unless we are willing to settle for a life as half dead, zombie-like shadows. In the book The Horny Heart? the Swedish author, Paula Jacobsson, discusses and reflects on the subjects of sex, porn and love, mixing facts with her own thoughts. The book which combines a candid, lighthearted and yet serious tone is a reminder of the necessity to make conscious choices in order to have the fantastic and enriching experiences we all dream of as well as to regain our inherent ability to love. Provocative – maybe, but if you manage to keep your reactions in check, you’ll find that the whole book truly is a deeply felt tribute to love. The book is now available at Amazon both as paperback and as a Kindle wireless.
About the author:
Paula Jacobsson, born in Stockholm, Sweden, was "discovered" at the age of 19, by Stockholm's most prominent fashion model guru and her work as a model took her to Germany, Japan and the US. Her career has since mainly been focused on marketing within various organizations and a variety of positions. After becoming a mother her interest turned more into quality of life, creativity, health and wellbeing. In 2007 she was asked to write a booklet on psychosocial work environment and stress management and found the work so stimulating she decided to write more. In 2010 she released a book (Jobbigt - så funkar jobbSverige) on the Swedish labor market together with her colleague Pernilla Wadborg challenging the Swedish government by describing the many challenges and possibilities from a personal viewpoint questioning and promoting a change of values in politics. Paula prefers to write and lecture about creativity, values, holistic health and the power of love. Despite the fact that you may find an outspoken sharpness and sometimes even cynicism in her wording her warmth and sense of humor is what characterizes and dominates her writing.
Paula Jacobsson email: paula.b.jacobsson(at)gmail(dot)com
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