It is important to get in touch with your sexual desires rather than denying them. Otherwise they will end up controlling your choice of partner without you knowing. An article that goes into detail on this can be found here.
A page on 20 ways to connect more to the body. Link can be found here.
This article is about the importance of spending money on experiences not on objects because the latter only make you happy for a short while, unlike experiences which remain with you in memory and make you happy. Article can be accessed here.
An article on insomnia and how to deal with it. Access the article here.
Secrets: A song by Mary Lambert about deciding not to be afraid of being vulnerable by not hiding from others what we don’t like about ourselves.
An Italian poem about the life of a boy called Giancarlo Catino and how he was bullied at school … and how he overcame his bullies.
This project is about collecting stories of people’s struggles and sharing them with others to give hope. The site is iknowiknow.me.
Relaxation sound or music tracks are beneficial to help one to meditate or just relax, especially if combined with connecting to one’s body. Here are four good tracks: Track 1 (music) Track 2 (rain) Track 3 (meditation music and sea) Track 4 (music)
A hypnotherapy exercise to help sleep.
A documentary by Le Iene on two gay men in Italy, and the difficulty they experienced as a couple because there were no civil union legislation when one of them was terminally ill. Documentary is in Italian. The link is here.
A series of documentaries in Maltese on sex: L-Orgażmu (Orgasm) Mard Trasmess Sesswalment (STDs) Prostituzjoni (Prostitution)) Fetiċiżmi (Fetishes) Sess u Diżabilta’ (Sexuality & Disability) Omosesswalita’ (Homosexuality) Ix-Xewqa Sesswali (Sexual Desire) L-Imħabba u s-Sess (Love & Sex) L-Infedelta’ (Infidelity)
Dan Gilbert talks about the difference between natural happiness and synthetic happiness, i.e., the happiness we feel because we decide to be happy in a particular situation. This means that we can be happy depending on how we perceive our reality. He also makes a point on freedom which is increases natural…
Shawn Achor talks about how in order to be happy, one needs to change one’s view of reality rather than awaiting a change in environment. This means focusing on what is positive in oneself and reality and working on it. And rather than being happy because you’re successful, it’s important…
Kevin Breel is a stand up comedian and a mental health activist. He talks about his experience of depression.
This is the first book in Maltese that is written by parents of LGBTIQ children for other parents. It covers all the important aspects encountered by families with LGBTIQ individuals in Malta. The book was produced by Drachma Parents, a group for parents of LGBTIQ persons. More information can be…