Yes, according to some psychologists. Psychologist and life coach Dr. Cliff Arnall agreed. However, there are signs that the stigma against [masturbating] at the office might be slipping. Instead of reacting with disgust, women wanted to know where their masturbatoriums were.
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Skip navigation! Story from Sex. In the end, I rush for the bus in a haphazard outfit, my self-induced bedhead neatly packed away in a bun. My stress levels are generally quite high. I work in a fast-paced environment where tight deadlines come as part of the package and my mind is constantly "on.
That anxiety skyrocketed when I turned I became dissociative and found myself slipping from my body on a regular basis. I felt entirely out of control—more out of touch with myself than ever—but something surprising helped me get back to myself: masturbation. Other sources—like this Michigan Medicine report , corroborated by Sara Marie Laule , MD—suggest that masturbation tends to begin in childhood, due to things like boredom, sleepiness or stress.
But last November, after what seemed like decades of both of us ignoring the proverbial elephant in the room, things finally blew up. During a moment of angst and, admittedly, lack of confidence , I got angry and loud. Those last words gave me pause. And during a time in my life when I seemed to be constantly burnt out, anything that would relieve stress sounded appealing.