Thursday, December 31, 2015

What Sexual Promiscuity Does to Your Health, Mind and Soul

The capacity to love, to form close and lastingly intimate connections or attachments with others, is one of the fundamental pillars of mental health.
Sexual promiscuity is defined by the Oxford Dictionary as many transient, casual, or indiscriminate sexual relationships. The word “indiscriminate,” in turn, is defined as “done at random or without careful judgment”.
Sexual promiscuity, therefore, is sexual behavior without love, attachment, or lasting intimacy. So it should not surprise us that sexual promiscuity, in addition to the health risks, is damaging to our mental and spiritual wellbeing.
But no one talks about it.

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