Critical thinking and sexual decision making

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Critical Thinking and Sexual Decision Making 1 Critical Thinking and Sexual Decision Making Constance Templeman PSY/265 02/10/2010 Dawn Bracy
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Critical Thinking and Sexual Decision Making 2 Critical Thinking and Sexual Decision Making I have always been cautious of my feelings with males and tried to not mix sex with the idea the male feels something for me. I never wanted to be discarded after a sexual relationship so I have been very careful about who I am with, my feelings, and my actions. I have always been skeptical of any male interactions involving sex. Growing up with all males in my family, I learned males think a lot differently the females on sex and relationships. So I learned to take their actions mostly at face value and without hidden meanings like girls tend to do. I have never connected sex with any type of meaning or emotions. I have only a few sexual partners and out of those partners, I have only told one person I loved them; that’s my boyfriend. My boyfriend and I have been together for three years. Before that, we were best
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 265 taught by Professor Dawn during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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