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How important is sexual intercourse and what is a healthy amount? Are long periods (more than an year) of abstinance really healthy for the spirit, mind and body? How does sexual activity (or lack of) affect the hormonal level of women and to what degree? What are some of the positive effects on the body, mind and spirit as a result of regular sexual intercourse?
Tonight @ 8 pm EST, Coach K Radio gladly welcomes back therapeutic scientist, professor, author, and the founder of Symptometry - Dr. Maxwell Nartey. to answer these and many more questions concerning this VERY IMPORTANT subject. Dr. Nartey is a licensed symptometrist, the author of over 22 books, and - through Symptometry - has cured countless chronic health issues and childhood diseases.
Tonight's expert health panel will also feature Elizabeth Wanek, MD, LSym and Dr. Charlie Abbott, OMD, LAc, LSym & Director of Administration at the AMERICAN SCHOOL OF SYMTPOMETRY - first training institution producing therapeutic scientists in root cause therapeutics. Visit www.SymptometryBooks.com for EVERY past Symptometry podcast on this network & ALL must-reads by Dr Nartey. *SymptometryBooks.com & this show are both sponsored by the Optimal Health Advocates at RelaxationIsTheKey.com
I don't think I want a topic for this show. I want to get a few random things off my chest. Like the exclusion of atheists from the interfaith ceremony after th Boston bombings. And some abstinance only sex windbag and the teenage hero who has the guts to stand up against it.
So this show is all random ramblings from your host.
Which pretty much makes it the same as every other show.
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"Think Like A Man" star Meagan Good recently revealed that she and her fiance have chosen to abstain from sex until they are married. That got the Single Conversations crew thinking about celibacy (well, we actually have thought about it a lot before now) but Meagan's announcement makes a perfect backdrop for this show. What does it mean to be celibate or abstinent? Is there a difference? Why would anyone do that? Join the conversation at 2pm(EDT). Call (805) 24
Introduction of your host, a former Catholic turned Satanist letting his hair down and finally releasing the pent up energy built up from years of chastity, abstinance, and prayer. Satanic Philosophy will be examined in comparison to the Christian way of thinking in an honest forum where the host can examine and compare how and why he was worshipping the God of the Bible.
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Hey blogtalk family, in tonight's episode we will talk about it all from practicing abstinance, doing virginity pledges, giving it up on the first date, waiting, youf favorite positions, your fantasy, and how it all plays in to relationships. So call in and voice your opinion. Are you giving it up, or keeping it to your self?????!!!!!
OMG!!! We had so muxh fun on the last show that we felt that somethings didn;t get talked about so we are doing it in two's people. So let's talk it all from practicing abstinance, doing virginity pledges, giving it up on the first date, waiting, youf favorite positions, your fantasy, toys, foreplay, and how it all plays in to relationships. So call in and voice your opinion. Are you giving it up, or keeping it to your self?????!!!!!