Sexuality At Different Life Stages

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Sexuality at Different Life Stages
Florence C. Okonkwo
January 20, 2013
Professor Pamela Reeves

This paper will outline sexuality at different life stages, and as a sexual therapist I will coach an adolescent girl with a boyfriend who is pressuring her to have sex; an elderly couple with a wife exhibiting a renewed interest in sexual activity and a unwilling husband; and finally a handicapped male that has been paralyzed since he was four years old.

Sexuality at Different Life Stages Finally, I have completed the University of Phoenix, School of Psychology with my PSYD and I have completed my internship at East End Academy. The first month of opening my own practice as a sex therapist I had three
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Sildenafil citrate (Viagra), vardenafil (Levitra), and tadalafil (Cialis) 3. Take a cruise, or have sex in an unfamiliar place other than home in the bed.
I informed Tom and Susan that similar findings emerged in a survey conducted by the National Council on the Aging (NCOA) in the New York Times (1998). “The study found that nearly half of all Americans age 60 or over have sex at least once a month and that nearly half also wanted to have sex more frequently. Another finding: people find their mates more physically attractive over time.” I suggested that Tom sees a doctor to get some medical aides to help in case he does not get an erection. I let the couple know that now that the children are gone and they are retired this is a time to having a feeling of freedom about sex, no more fear of pregnancy, having no pressures of children at home or just having more time to be alone with one another and enjoying each other. Two months later, I received a post card from Paris; the couple was having a wonderful time especially sexually. Susan stated, “He loves to pretend I am his mistress, and other role playing games.”
Bill – Paralyzed I. Positive sexual self-concept; seeing oneself as valuable sexually and as a person
A. Knowledge about sexuality

B. Positive, productive relationships
C. Coping with barriers to sexuality (social, environmental, physical, and emotional) D. Maintaining the best possible