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Re-Threading Madness

Berna­dine and Jes­si­ca Gar­ner have a frank con­ver­sa­tion about sex and its impact on men­tal health. While sex is not nec­es­sar­i­ly a top­ic that one should make note of as trig­ger­ing — In the spir­it of ensur­ing every­one is ok with today’s top­ic – we would like to say that some of what we talk about may be prob­lem­at­ic for some folks. 

Sex is a pri­ma­ry human need along with food, shel­ter, and water. How­ev­er, some­where along the line, here in our soci­ety, sex was dropped off the list. Per­haps, since we don’t die from lack of sex – as we might food or water or shel­ter — it was per­ceived as not a need but more so a desire. Death comes in many forms and the emo­tion­al impact of not hav­ing sex or hav­ing healthy sex can dra­mat­i­cal­ly impact on your emo­tion­al well­be­ing. A lit­tle death may not always come in the form of an orgasm.