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ACHIEVING YOUR EMOTIONAL “O”: Finding the G-spot of your happiness

By Ilene Malakoff and Dr. Martin Kluger

Overview:

orgasm [awr-gaz-uhm] –noun intense or unrestrained excitement; the moment of most extreme pleasure…

Ranger defenseman Barry Beck gave me my first Emotional Orgasm. He doesn't know.

I was in my early 20s, and my best friend and I were staples at Ranger games. It was the time of the Sasson jean Rangers: Ron Duguay, Phil Esposito, Dave Maloney, but it was the toothless, 6' 3”, 200+-lb Beck who caught my eye.

It was a moment I’ll never forget: the two of us strolling in Central Park, his hand enveloping mine, a glint of sunshine reflecting off his reddish Caucasian 'fro. He gently leaned in for a kiss and a rush of euphoria flooded over my body, the likes of which I’ve never felt. And then… I woke up.

I didn’t realize it then, but I'd had the emotional equivalent of a young boy's wet dream. I had orgasmed emotionally. I was changed. And like that young boy, I would, for the rest of my days, pursue every opportunity to orgasm again.

Achieving Your Emotional “O”(finding the g-spot of your happiness) is a humorous, yet practical guide to achieving the most heightened moment of happiness—the Emotional Orgasm. It’s the other orgasm—the one that truly lifts your soul, seeps into the deepest recesses of your emotional and physical being, and won’t result in the charge of a misdemeanor when experienced in public.

It is the orgasm that is needed today more than ever. Recent statistics on public emotions rival those experienced during the Great Depression.

•Between the years of 1996 and 2005, the use of anti-depressant medications in the United States doubled*.

•Depression will be the second biggest killer after heart disease by 2020*

•Suicide is currently the 8th leading cause of death in the United States*

We are working harder and enjoying life less. In 1969, couples age 25-54 worked an average of 56 hours a week. By 2000, this had increased to 67hours.* Today, with smartphones and Blackberrys does anyone ever really disconnect anymore?

We need to find and create moments of extreme happiness. And just like the first “O” (not Oprah, the other one), an Emotional Orgasm can last long after the experience itself. Simply recalling an EO will bring smiles to the faces of millions. That in its self can add more happiness to everyone’s day. Think of the power of everyone smiling. It would be a viral experience with the most genuine reward—happiness.

And it all starts with Achieving Your Emotional “O” (finding the g-spot of your happiness).

(check back here later for more... Also to be released at myemotionalo.com)

Martin Kluger, Ph.D. © 2010
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