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.
I recorded this video back in 2016 when I was sick. I was living in Miami at that time and purchased a guitar from craigslist. The great thing about music is that it teaches you about the different melody types – minor chords are all about sadness and major chords are all about happiness. When you combine those together the melody comes out beautiful. Check out the melody I am playing and you will see for yourself.
Why are relationships so difficult for gay men? Why are most gay men single? What is going on under the surface that may not be visible that creates this crisis? This video explains the mindsets that most gay men have that contribute to their frustrations with relationships and how to break through to the other side.
Discover five brave ideas that will help you break through the dysfunctions of the modern gay culture and create the relationships you always wanted, including getting married. Are you getting your ideas about gay sex from total strangers or from places of love and concern about your well being? Are you using science to understand your relationships or are you relying on your feelings? Are you emotionally bleeding when you are using hookup and website apps and online dating and how do you stop that?
Sexual Meltdown is the experience of sexual perfection that includes sexual compatibility and emotional chemistry. Sexual meltdown happens with a man who has all the physical traits that turn you on in addition to sexual practices you always wanted to engage in.
Has the gay culture lost innocence? Have we all become sex addicts and lost the ability to appreciate truth, inner-beauty and each other? What if shame pushed the gay community over the edge of innocence into the abyss of sex addiction, trivial pursuits and emotional homelessness?
When you make gay relationships your #1 priority you will instantly go to the next level of your life. Making that decision was a big step in my relationships and because of it I met Frank. When you make relationships your #1 priority you will behave differently, think differently and interact with other gay men differently.