Gay men have more difficulty achieving the state of flow. In this video and article I will share with you how to enter the state of flow and how to stay there for as long as possible. State of flow is a state where your worries go away, where all the uncertainty, ambiguity and fear go away and you get into action towards the goals and plans you have decided to achieve. And the feeling you get from the consistent execution of your ideas is what I call the “state of flow”.
You can use conflict to release a lot of negative energy that is stored inside you. Research shows that a lot of negative energy is stored in our cells, tissues – your face and the body. We need to have a way to release the negativity into the open. Conflict can provide the vehicle for expression of suppressed and repressed emotional content.
Research shows that gay men may be more intelligent than straight men. Evolutionary psychology and ethnography come to explain the creativity and the innovation that often stands out with gay men.
Did you know that authenticity heals depression for gay men? How? It is difficult to live your purpose, your vision, and accomplish your goals unless you are authentic. Depression, unhappiness and loneliness come from lack of authenticity because truth is the universal language of prosperity and happiness.
In this video I am going to share with you the 5 most important elements of gay friendships. Why is it important? Gay friendships are more challenging than others because the sexual hunger that is not satisfied with partners and lovers is transferred into friendships. Gay shame is also a factor in the difficulties amongst gay men in developing long term friends. The five secret tips that I am going to share with you will help you create long term gay friendships.
If you are a gay man over 40, three psychological areas will either break you or make you! Shame, Partner Selection and Social Engagement. If you succeed at those three, the rest should fall into place automatically. Read below and watch the video to find out more.
Gay men go through three cycles of the coming out process as described in the book “The Velvet Rage”. Those cycles are crucial to understand for any gay man who is looking to create a successful romantic relationship and who wants a social life that includes trust, loyalty and respect. The video you are about to see describes the personal story of Robert – Paul’s client who has gone through all 3 stages and now shares his experiences.