How are we really doing in the bedroom? Why do both men and women cheat? Can your relationship actually improve AFTER an extra-marital affair? Don’t miss what Beatty has to say about these issues and more!
Beatty talked about the horrific tragedy in Charleston where 9 people were killed at Emanuel AME Church by Dylan Roof. She posed the question whether families, schools, churches, mosques, synagogues and the media were committed on an-on-going basis to discuss the issues of racism, hate and morality after the dust settles. And more important, what if any ACTION are these groups prepared to take?
She also talked about how Caitlin Jenner could really help people struggling with transsexualism by setting up a Foundation that would offer both financial and emotional and psychological support. And finally, are genes to blame for extra-marital affairs? Weigh in with your thoughts and comments.
How Are College Students Doing?
Beatty talked about on-line dating, sexual assault on college campuses and the hook-up culture with her 21 year-old guest, Caroline Aguirre, a journalism student at Hunter College in New York City. Unfortunately, according to Caroline, today’s college youth are struggling with issues including: relationships and sex without the benefit of any substantial relationship education. Hear her analysis of the issues and what colleges must do to empower youth in the most important areas of their lives!
Beatty talked about different protocols for treating depression, the new “viagra”- pros and cons for women who experience low sexual desire and 10 reasons why both women and men have problems in the bedroom. She stressed that the solutions to both psychological, psychiatric and sexual problems must go beyond a magic pill.
Beatty talked about the importance of patients taking an active role in and out of the therapist’s office if they expect that their psychotherapy experiences will be successful. She also discussed how we all must be true to ourselves despite what others think. And finally, she outlined different types of relationships that people have including: equal/equal, parent/child, rescuer/rescue. What’s your deal?
Could the horrific Germanwings Jetliner disaster have been prevented? Why didn’t the psychiatrists who gave Andreas Lubitz notes stating that he was too sick to work send copies of those letters to the airlines?
Would you trust an expert to help you find a spouse without knowing anything about your potential partner or without knowing what he/she looks like? Should colleges protect students from feeling hurt or upset about controversial subject matter? Should schools and universities teach relationship and sex education courses? Tune in and hear what John Jay Sociologist Jim Vrettos and Beatty think about these contemporary issues.
A Johns Hopkins study found that most marriage counseling is a waste of time, money and energy on the part of everyone and that 25% of couples are WORSE off than when they started. Tune in and hear what Beatty believes must happen if couples therapy is to be successful. She also stressed the importance of having strong policies and programs in place in our schools, colleges and work places that will protect victims of sexual assault, including emotional and verbal abuse. Without them we are victimizing innocent people and enabling perpetrators.
Has Fifty Shades of Grey helped you to feel more comfortable about sex? If you are having problems in the bedroom, are you more likely now to acknowledge, address and resolve the issues? Beatty’s guest tonight was Anita Boeninger, an Integrative Health and Sexuality Educator. Tune in to her Sex and Medicine Summit (sexandmedicinesummit.com) for the latest research findings about sex. And finally, Beatty tells you exactly how to both find and fire your therapist.