Do people become obsessed with sex and sexuality because they feel lost and vulnerable in their identity, and need something that is either accepted by peers as cool and normal or rejected as 'too naughty and daring' to fill the void in their personality and to provide them with a rebellious reason for them feeling too uncomfortable to connect with others on a genuine level? In simpler terms, do we use sex and sexuality as a tool to distantiate ourselves from others, and to provide ourselves with justification for this, and do we use sexuality to Distract us from the constant internal dialogue of 'I'm not good/funny/smart/interesting/likeable enough'? What do you think? I am asking a few things at once, I know. Have you ever experienced anything like this - or seen this in someone else?
Are you emotionally repressed? And if so, what emotions do you think you are repressing (subconsciously or consciously)? And how does this avoidance of feelings certain things affect you? Does it create the desired effect? Or does it make things worse?
+4Media is made to make us feel bad about ourselves...if you disagree...please tell me why. Amirite?
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+19Nice people who play nasty are just as fake as nasty people who play nice. More
In your opinion, avoiding things that cause discomfort comes from where? More