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    Joseph McIlhaney, M.D. (2017)

    Unhooking In A Hooked Up Culture – Joseph McIlhaney, M.D.

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    Joseph McIlhaney, M.D. (2017)

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    Scientific research shows how sexual activity releases brain chemicals that trigger emotional bonding and a powerful desire to repeat the activity. Today’s young adults have discovered that “hooking up” is easy and addictive. Through scientific data placed in layman’s terms, this session will provide facts on the emotional and physical dangers, as well as the long-term effects of sexually “hooking up” and the consequences of “unhooking.” Participants will learn effective and sensitive ways to discuss this topic with center clientele.
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    Joseph McIlhaney, M.D. (2017)

    Scientific research shows how sexual activity releases brain chemicals that trigger emotional bonding and a powerful desire to repeat the activity. Today’s young adults have discovered that “hooking up” is easy and addictive. Through scientific data placed in layman’s terms, this session will provide facts on the emotional and physical dangers, as well as the long-term effects of sexually “hooking up” and the consequences of “unhooking.” Participants will learn effective and sensitive ways to discuss this topic with center clientele.

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