Children have no conscious knowledge of their society’s sexual covenants. Yet by the time they come of age, adolescents have accepted, internalised and—crucially—normalised all the negative reactions to what society deems as inappropriate sexual expression seen in Sexcatraz.
By the time they come of age, adolescents have accepted, internalised and—crucially—normalised all the negative reactions to what society deems as inappropriate sexual expression seen in Sexcatraz
This formative process, akin to slowly setting concrete, takes place in the unconscious as they progress through adolescence into adulthood. It may seem difficult to objectify the exact moment when society’s unconscious sexual covenants actually impact the lives of teenagers, yet there is a film that does precisely that—Giuseppe Tornatore’s Academy Award-nominated coming-of-age drama Malèna.
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In these times of rising anxiety, stress and everyday rage, the best antidote is emotional cohesion.
In my experience, beneath every emotional issue lies a deep sense of shame. Release this shame and wellbeing improves.
This site contains simple toolkits for understanding and mastering the emotional mechanics that shape our lives. These range from general wellbeing to pornography addiction, radicalisation and the Ascension process that many highly sensitive people are experiencing.
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