Why LTR's May Be Bad

Long Term Relationships


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In our society, success is often based on being in a long term relationship, that lasts a life time. We put a lot of emphasis on building relationships and staying in them, even when the grow sour, or when we stop growing. We feel bad when relationships end. We often feel as though we failed in some way. Mou and Jenoa remind us that it is okay to say goodbye when something is over. It is okay, and in fact it may be good for you to walk away from something that no longer works for you. We can acknowledge what we learned from a relationship. 

The Sex Talk is a weekly webisode that discusses sex, relationships, dating and more. Moushumi Ghose is a sex therapist in Los Angeles and New York, Jenoa Harlow is an actress who identifies as a lesbian. They encourage thinking in terms that are good for you, not for the larger society. 

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Introducing Mou and Jenoa. Moushumi Ghose is a licensed marriage and family therapist who specializes in sex therapy and is an advocate for healthy sexuality and Jenoa Harlow is an out actress, a sex enthusiast and an advocate for gay/lesbian rights and information

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