Sexuality, because of its complexity, requires a multidisciplinary approach to study. We can understand sexology as a science that studies sexuality and everything related to it. p>
Sexuality is present throughout our lives, does not have the same needs or sexual ideas a baby, a / a child / a a / a teenager, a / an adult / year one / a elder / a. p>
when approaching the study of sexuality, should take into account the anatomy, emotions associated with sexual contact, behaviors related to sexuality, society in which developed the subject and the ethical basis on which governs their behavior and thought. p>
it is important to stop watching pornographic sexuality as exclusively related to lewd behavior, and give way to the eroticism and sensuality that surrounds sexual behaviors. p>
a hug, a caress, a kiss ... are everyday gestures that give us pleasure, we relate it to tenderness, expression of love and affection, not vincularíamos sexual arousal responses or are gest I unappreciated because we have introduced into our routine p>
Let us start from the premise. "Sexuality is everywhere" p>
Let's try to assess feel .... enjoy .... ... tender that hug, that kiss warm, subtle touch that ... if we pay attention to the emotions that create these small gestures, we link to the pleasure, the satisfaction of feeling loved and protected. This emotional relationship is the basis of sex. P>
In order to develop a sexual desire, arousal phase, an orgasm ... and we have to feel, relaxed, confident, desired, loved, cared ... p>
Each subject presents needs, evolution, development ... different. The study of sexual problems is linked to their experiences, desires, anatomy, behavior, ethics, learning ...
WHO (2006) proposes a definition based on the need to care for and educate human sexuality. For this it is important to recognize sexual rights (WAS, PAHO, 2000).
- The right to sexual freedom
- Right autonomy, integrity and safety of the sexual body.
- the right to sexual privacy.
- the right to free sexual association.
- the right to reproductive making free and responsible decisions and care.
When these rights they are known, respected, valued and accepted, we face a healthy sexual society. p>
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family therapy is a type of intervention directed and focused on the family. It focuses on: p>
- Identify existing problems within the family, analyze, drill down and set guidelines to address such differences li>
- In the communication. improve, redirect and give guidelines to express emotions and wishes li>
- In empathy. learn to understand the position of the other and learn to channel our needs with those of other family members li>.
- Control Aggressiveness: guidelines to modify and redirect aggressive behavior, verbal, physical and psychological li>
- Relationships parent-child, mother-child. importance of strengthening and reinforcing the links li> <. li> health problems. Guidelines to face and accept a disease. Improve coexistence in cases of health problems. Li>
- psychosexual difficulties. Communication Guidelines li>
- Substance Abuse. Group and individual therapies, acceptance of the problem, guidelines for family and subject presenting substance abuse. Intervention and treatment of the problem. Li>
- school problems. Assessment and identification of problems, guidelines for / minor, parental guidelines, guidelines for school. problematic intervention. li>
- Separation or divorce. Link to Expert. Li>
- Traumatic experiences identification, intervention, treatment of the problem. Li> ul>