Friday, August 25, 2006

10 Important Questions to Ask

There are many things in our culture that grab us and won't let go. Sometimes sex is one of them. Perhaps that's the case for you or your spouse/partner.

Sexual addiction plays a prominent role in the "I Can't Say No" kind of extramarital affair I outline in my E-book, "Break Free From the Affair."

These questions are intended to help you be more aware of some behaviors that perhaps indicate that sex has a hold on you. If you answer yes to three or more questions it probably is wise to take a closer look at the place of sex in your life.

  1. Do I have sex at inappropriate times, inappropriate places and/or with the wrong people?
  2. Do I make promises to myself or rules for myself concerning my sexual behavior that I find I cannot follow?
  3. Have I lost count of the number of sexual partners I've had in the past 3 years?
  4. Do I have sex regardless of the consequences (e.g. the threat of being caught, the risk of contracting herpes, gonorrhea, AIDS, etc.)?
  5. Do I feel uncomfortable about my masturbation, the fantasies I engage in, the props I use, and/or the places in which I do it?
  6. Do I feel jaded, exhausted, cynical? Am I on the path to that?
  7. Do I feel that my life is unmanageable because of my sexual behavior?
  8. Do I have sex as a way to deal with or escape from life's problems? DoI feel entitled to sex? Do I feel as though I have earned sex?
  9. Do I have a serious relationship threatened or destroyed because of outside sexual activity on my part?
  10. Do I feel that my sexual life affects my spiritual life in a negative way?

For more information on sexual addiction and infidelity, visit Dr. Robert Huizenga, The Infidelity Coach website : http://www.acheat.net/breakfree

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Man’S Penis Bitten Off, Wife Arrested

Guys read this ... watch out !

A 29-YEAR-OLD man was admitted at Mulago hospital in critical condition after his penis was bitten off in a domestic brawl in Namuwongo, a Kampala suburb.

The wife, Margaret Apio, 25, was arrested and was by yesterday being held at Kisugu Police Post.

Apio and Richard Okwi, a casual labourer, have two children and have been married for three years.

The Katwe Division Police commander, Amos Gumisiriza, said Apio was likely to be charged with assault, occasioning grievous harm or unlawful wounding.

Okwi was too weak to speak when the New Vision visited him yesterday.

A neighbour of the couple narrated that they heard noise and commotion soon after Okwi, who had gone on his daily drinking spree, returned home late at night.

The neighbour said Apio had been complaining about her husband’s randy ways.

“Mama Apio has always been complaining about her husband. She has always been saying she is tired of a cheating husband and once promised to teach him a lesson he would live to remember,” the neighbour explained.

He said when Okwi returned home on Tuesday night, raised voices could be heard from his house.

“It seems the quarrel had just began and shortly afterwards, we heard an alarm and wild cries from Okwi.

“When we went to see what was wrong, we found him clutching his private area. Blood was flowing and when he let his hands down, there was no penis,” he added.

A senior surgeon at Mulago hospital, who declined to be named, said Okwi’s penis could be surgically re-attached if it is recovered in time.

He said he could heal perfectly if the sensitive veins were not damaged in the attack.
But by press time, it had not been established whether the severed penis had been found.

By Patrick Jaramogi
Source : http://www.newvision.co.ug/D/8/12/513091

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