Sex and Depression - My first article :)

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Sex and Depression - My first article :)

skeeterlynn skeeterlynn
My very first article is published! I'm super excited about it. I already have my next topic idea in mind and hope to start it very soon. Check mine out and let me know what you think?


"Over my time, I've heard a lot of people talking about how sex and help when you are depressed. Being one who like sex and hates feeling depressed, this very much intrigued me and I wanted to find out more. How does depression affect one's sex life? How could sex possibly help one's depression? Is it all really that simple? So, I decided to start some research and find my answers." - Sex and Depression
10/13/2012
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skeeterlynn skeeterlynn
I kind of want to keep a theme with this topic. As for why I asked about opinions about it. Depression is a big topic for me and it affects so many people. So writing a few different articles and depression and relationships makes me feel like it can really help a lot of people.

I guess what I'm looking for is how this may relate to you and what questions and major points might it bring up for ideas of what may appeal to more people for my next article?
10/17/2012
Bill220 Bill220
I really enjoyed your article.

I think it depends on the person. Both my wife and I suffer from depression but we react to it different sexually. My desire for sex doesn't change but hers goes away completely and she won't want anything to do with sex.

Sex does make one feel better for a short time but I don't think it's something that will help somebody come out of a depression.

Similarly, when I'm depressed I crave sweets and if/when I give in and eat a bunch of chocolate I'll feel better while I'm eating it but go back to being sad afterwards.

Just my .02
11/21/2012
skeeterlynn skeeterlynn
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Originally posted by Bill220
I really enjoyed your article.

I think it depends on the person. Both my wife and I suffer from depression but we react to it different sexually. My desire for sex doesn't change but hers goes away completely and she won't want ...
Yes. In my article I did say it was a temporary relief. Seeking help is really the only way for long term care for ones depression. Men and women do react differently about depression. Maybe I'll use that as a topic for my next one for how they differ. And chocolate actually helps stimulate as well. As for why it plays a very big part in breakups! haha. Us girls crave chocolate for more than its sweet creamy goodness
11/21/2012
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