Many gay men have difficulties resolving sexual issues during dating. In this video, you will learn how to continue dating someone even though sexual compatibility is unknown or is missing.
Why do many gay men struggle to connect to others? Why is everything about sex and not emotion? This video will answer that.
In just a few years, relationships are going to become a luxury instead of an expectation. Most gay men will only dream of having a relationship in their lives. For most gay men – relationships will be impossible.
Most information about gay sex is inadequate to guide men to create healthy relationships. This is why ideas that are counter-intuitive are usually the ones that make good sexual relationships possible. In this video, you will learn about the presence of “mental scripts” during sex that often lead to the presence of “bad sex” or to the awakening of authentic sexuality.
Understanding these ideas about gay sex will help you connect with more people and create better quality relationships.
I believe that this information is very helpful for all gay men who want stability in their relationships.
Get a deeper insight into what may be stopping you from creating relationships that work. For many gay men, being single is not just about not being able to find a compatible partner – it often is a self-inflicted punishment for “being bad” on the inside. In this video, you will get an insight into the mechanics of how the process of self-punishment works so that you can avoid self-sabotage and step into your new relationship without holding yourself back.
In this video you will understand why being single hurts so much and what to do about it. You will learn new ideas about why its important to be in healthy relationships. You will also find out how to avoid mental and emotional rigidity that comes from being single, which is part of the pain of being single.
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