Listeners are always curious about Beatty's background. So today she talks openly about her family, career and her own challenges. She also encourages people when difficulties arise to not despair. But rather, we all need to take a deep breath and acknowledge, address and resolve our problems one by one with or without professional help.
Beatty talked about how to minimize holiday stress and blues. She also discussed New York City's new initiative for victims of domestic violence and other crimes and stressed the importance of preventative relationship education as the number 1 combatant against intimate partner violence.
And listen to what we can we learn from 1,500 elders about living and loving.
How to Put the Sizzle in your Sex Life.....beyond sex toys and viagra. Listen to all of the things that you can DO to enhance your sex life today!
Are you reeling from the Presidential election results? Don't be surprised if you are going through the the following 5 stages of grieving. Give yourself permission to grieve.
How are we really doing in the bedroom? How much sex are people having? Listen to Beatty's tips for premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction.
You are never too old and it's never too late to enjoy your sexuality. ..with or without a partner.
BEATTY'S guest today was Brandon Bartling, Manager extraordinaire at the Pleasure Chest in New York City. They talked about a variety of toys that enhance people's sexual pleasure, sexual attitudes and workshops that you can attend at the Pleasure Chest.
If you are looking to spice up your sex life, the Pleasure Chest should be your next stop.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month.
1. How are we doing in terms of reducing the incidence of domestic violence in America?
2. Are women and men really interested in educating themselves about healthy relationships?
Beatty's guest today is Loretta K. Davis, Executive Director of the Retreat. The Retreat provides safety, shelter, counseling services, a 24 hour hotline, legal advocacy and prevention education for thousands of residents of New York and other states. It provides victims/survivors and their children the opportunity to safely heal, access support and realize/reestablish their lives-free from violence.
If you or someone you know i s at risk, don't hesitate to call the Retreat's 24-hour holiness at 631-329-2200