Few PE sufferers are actually depressed. But soon after the FDA’s 1987 approval of the first SSRI, Prozac, it became clear that the SSRIs have a side effect—delay of orgasm, and possibly loss of ability to climax at all. Drug makers discovered that in men with PE, lowering the dose could delay but not totally suppress orgasm/ejaculation. Several analyses of low-dose SSRIs show the drugs help men last one to five minutes longer. … [Read more...] about Drugs for Premature Ejaculation: Most Men Soon Quit Them
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The WDC might be capped at a certain dollar figure, and participants in the program might have their disability rating re-evaluated every few years. It’s quite possible that many less disabled participants would work their way out of the program and end up as regular market rate employees. Those who remained disabled would continue to qualify for subsidy, thereby remaining attractive to their employers indefinitely. … [Read more...] about A Modest Proposal for Autistic Employment
David Marshall, Jan Brauner, and Gretchen Mullen came up with a slew of neologisms, and several, somewhat modified, appeared here. David can be followed on Twitter here. Jan can be followed here. Gretchen can be followed on Twitter and also blogs here. … [Read more...] about An Orwelexicon for Bias in Academia and Psychology
According to Broadly, between 15 and 20 percent of the population has misophonia, but as a lifelong sufferer—the way my brother slurped his cereal when we were kids caused me no end of torment—I find that statistic highly unlikely. I’m not a researcher, but I am a consistent complainer who has talked about this issue with uncountable people during my lifetime, and last year, I met the only other person who has ever been able to relate to my experience. An Emotional Freedom Technique therapist I saw a few years ago in search of relief told me my irritation was connected to trauma; in vain, she tapped on my, um, "energy meridians" to resolve the issue. … [Read more...] about The Real Reason Those Annoying Noises Drive You Mad
The truth, I suddenly saw, was that I seem to think sobriety is cool and that you, whoever you are, want to hear about it. I remember going to a restaurant early on in my sobriety, ordering a Diet Coke from a waiter and then adding, “The reason I’m ordering a soda and not a drink is that I’m newly sober after a crippling cocaine addiction and if I have a drink, that will just lead to more and next thing I know I’ll be calling my dealer and then it will be 6 in the morning and I’ll be wired to the gills, hearing the birds chirp and thinking about killing myself.” … [Read more...] about But I Thought the Rules Didn’t Apply to Me?