The impact of combat on intimacy and sex in relationships is still a scientifc mystery. Paul Joannides, a research psychoanalyst and author, has created two surveys that are an attempt to understand more about this topic and to make that understanding available to others. If you or your partner have seen combat, we ask that you take this survey. Your answers are totally anonymous and the results will be used to help you and others who are in a similar position.
For spouses of combat veterans click here.
For combat veterans themselves, click here.
A majority of older Americans are sexually active and view intimacy as an important part of life, despite a high rate of âbothersomeâ sexual problems, according to a new report in the Aug. 23, 2007, issue of The New England Journal of Medicine. The findings come from the National Social Life, Health and Aging Project, research supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The findings shed new light on the intimate social relationships and health of people ages 57 to 85, informing health care providers and patients about sexual norms in the older U.S. population.
Paul Joannides is a research psychoanalyst, which means he went to school for way too long. He is on the editorial board of the American Journal of Sex Education. Paul is also the cow superintendent at his county fair. He lives on a remote bay in the beautiful Northwest with his wife, daughter, dogs and small herd of livestock (which includes llamas).
But there is much more; just Google him and see. Then click here to talk to him on the Bulletin Boards.