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Nine Reasons Why Sexting May be Good For Us

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This is not a substitute for medical advice, nor is it meant as professional consultation with a mental health professional. If you have relationship and/or sexual difficulties, please seek appropriate help.

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Nine Reasons Why Sexting May be Good For Us

 

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Patel, R. (2016). Nine Reasons Why Sexting May be Good For Us. Psych Central. Retrieved on June 27, 2019, from https://pro.psychcentral.com/nine-reasons-why-sexting-may-be-good-for-us/

 

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