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When I decided to confront what I had perceived as "low libido," I realized that if I could masturbate, then I clearly had the capacity to turn myself on. And with that realization, I began to wonder if getting over my embarrassment about masturbation might be key to unlocking the sexual tiger within.

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When work ruins your health

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Stress Can Make You Sick

People who work in a hostile environment are at great risk for health problems. That's because our bodies react to stress, whether it's a brief, intense crisis or it exists at a low level for a sustained period of time.

What happens is, eventually, is that our immune system become depressed.

In response to what we perceive as a threat, our brain and our adrenal glands begin to work overtime. Our brain pumps out a hormone known as CRH. This would be a good thing if your life was in danger, because it makes you more alert and ready to respond.

But sustained higher levels of CRH will also wear you down. That's because this hormone stimulates your adrenal glands to produce another hormone called cortisol, which performs many critical functions in the body.

However, too much cortisol has a side effect of lowering our immunity, leaving us more prone to serious conditions, including cancer. It can also result in high blood pressure and unhealthy cholesterol levels.

Stress Affects You Even When You're Sleeping

Stress is insidious. It affects us even when we're sleeping, provided we are able to sleep, as working for a tyrant may also cause insomnia. Doctors have found that cortisol levels remain high even at night, when we're dealing with a crisis.

Everyone is affected differently by stressful events. Some people ride the ups and downs of life with much greater resistance than others. But working for a tyrant will eventually cause even the most unflappable person to crack.

Unfortunately, in America, millions of people are working under extremely trying circumstances. According to the Workplace Bullying Institute, about one in three workers has been mistreated on the job.

Complaining Gets You Nowhere

Once the atmosphere in a workplace turns toxic, it usually doesn't get better. The WBI has found that only about 3 percent of the time, does the situation improve. A bully boss may suddenly find a more attractive job offer elsewhere. Or a colleague who is causing trouble is abruptly transferred. Or the bully may forget about you, because he's found a new target. But these events are rare.



Instead, the usual outcome is that the abused worker is either fired, or she quits. (In at least 70 percent of workplace bullying cases, the target is a woman.)

Many embattled workers assume they'll receive support if they contact their human resources department. However, doing so is about as effective as doing nothing. Only about 3 percent of the time does this end in a resolution, according to the WBI.

Leaving your job might be your best option

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If you decide to lodge a formal complaint, don't be too surprised if it falls upon deaf ears. It may also exacerbate the problem.

There are several reasons for this lack of response. Bullies are extremely crafty, and know how to navigate the system. So, one plausible scenario is that the bully has done some damage control. She might have befriended the HR director, and, at the same time, dropped some hints that you are "unstable." Once this impression is formed, it's going to hard to shake, especially if you appear emotional as you recount your story.



Anyone attempting to involve HR in a bullying matter must be very guarded and stick to the facts. In a very professional manner, emphasize how this is affecting your ability to do your job. Don't mention that it's also ruining your life, as this makes your complaint seem too personal.

Leaving is Often the Best Solution

Your physical and mental health are your most precious commodities. At some point, you'll have to decide if working for a bully boss is worth it.





Once a situation becomes toxic, it's often your best recourse. Unfortunately, the poor economy makes this more difficult. But it's better to start seeking new employment while still employed. The fact that you are being bullied puts you at much higher risk for involuntary termination.

If the situation deteriorates into workplace mobbing, where you have multiple aggressors, it's not going to get better. Start making your exit plans, preferably after obtaining a good letter of recommendation.

The freedom of leaving

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Are You Being Bullied at Work?

As strange as this may sound, it's not always easy to figure out if you're being bullied or not. Female bullies often use an underhanded technique known as "relational aggression." Rather than fighting fairly, they work undercover to destroy a target. This is accomplished through carefully managed attempts to ruin the target's reputation. So, once they start their full-throttle attack, you'll have little support.

Here are some signs that someone has launched a sneak attack:

Coworkers start avoiding you. If you've done nothing to offend anyone, but you suddenly find yourself being shunned, you can start to suspect that a bully is involved.



An important meeting has just been called. Normally, you are invited to these events, especially if they directly relate to your position. This time, however, your name is off the invitation list.

You are also excluded from after-hours events, such as wedding and bridal showers.

Important materials you need to do your job are now difficult to obtain.

You are vaguely uncomfortable at work and this is something new.

Although none of these in isolation can be taken as signs of bullying, it is a series of such events unfolding over time that might mean you've become a target.



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At last week's Google I/O developer's conference -- chock full of product announcements and glimpses of the future of computing -- one of the more seemingly innocuous events was the release of Google Photos. After all, amid the next version of Android (called Android M), offline navigation for Google Maps, and an operating system for the Internet of Things known as Brillo, what could a simple photo management app have to offer?



A lot. Google Photos is a cross platform service that works in a browser as well as on iOS and Android. And it more or less reinvents the way people currently go about organizing photo collections. This is no small matter: Because of the high quality and ever-present camera in modern phones, we capture and store more photos today than was imaginable in the days of film. According to Hyperallergic, the average person shot 177 photos per year in 2006 (at the start of the smartphone revolution). By 2015, that number had doubled to 322 photos. Finding a specific photo is getting more difficult than tracking down a particular email before the days of Gmail and Outlook's instant search.

First, some basic specs. At its core, Google Photo is an online photo and video storage service. Google offers unlimited storage for photos up to 16 megapixels and all videos up to 1080P in resolution. There's some fine print here: Larger media can be stored, but it counts against your Google Drive storage capacity. And even the free images get some minor compression, so don't count on Google Photos for backing up photos at archival quality.





Google Photos is a lot more than just a cloud to hold your photos, though. Unlike Dropbox, OneDrive, and other photo backup solutions, Google has built some formidable technology into Google Photos to simplify the act of managing your photo collection. Indeed, using Google Photos, you may never need to manually sort, organize, rename, or tag a photo again. Google does that automatically for you, as it's uploaded and processed.

There are two ways to locate a photo in Google Photos. If you know approximately when it was it was taken, you can scroll through you collection while the month and year rolls forward or back, identifying exactly where you are in time. Or, if you want to search by keyword, you'll find that Google knows all sorts of things about your photos. In addition to knowing where and when the photos were taken via geotagging, Google has performed an almost magical amount of pattern and face recognition on your images. Search for animals, and it'll find dogs, cats, giraffes, and more. A search for "skateboard" turns up photos of people riding skateboards. Google can identify "mugs," "skyscrapers," and "lunch" (which may include photos of people eating, as well as photos of food on plates). A search for "whiteboard" turns up all the photos you've taken of whiteboard notes from brainstorming meetings.



These aren't pre-canned keywords that Google Photos suggests, either. While the app does automatically group photos into keyword buckets it thinks you'll like, you can search using any term you can think of, and it's honestly difficult to stump the app. The details that Google finds and notes about your photos is truly remarkable. With pattern recognition and search this good, there's no reason to organize your photos manually. It's just too easy to find stuff when you need it without any extra effort.

Of course, Google Photos is just a showcase for this impressive search technology. It'll be a lot more interesting to see how Google chooses to apply the underlying engine behind Google Photos next.



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