Bisexuality is not a sexual orientation. Virtually all bisexual men have a split attraction. Emotions go to women, sex goes to men. Such split of attraction creates dishonesty and betrayals for anyone who is involved in with a bisexual person. Their attraction has been cut in half to fit into a shamed and fragmented context of relatedness, which has been programmed by their parents, friends, experiences and lack of healthy interactions with gay men.
Amazing interview with Arnie Vargas who is a counselor and workshop facilitator for gay men. How do you choose who is good for you and why? How do you deal with top-bottom incompatibility? Why do some gay men project their own insecurities of “I am not good enough” into “he is not good enough for me”.
Should you choose yourself or your lover? Is self-love more important than romantic love towards another? This video explains the difference and one of the most important lesson every gay man will have to learn in his life. While romantic love feels 100 times stronger, we should not sell out ourselves because the price to pay is way too high.
Life has a beginning and life has an end. And in between you work on yourself to become a better, stronger person – so that you can achieve your dreams, so that you can have destiny that is fulfilled, so that you can have a sense of accomplishment, fulfillment and happiness and so that when you are dead – on your thumb stone, you have something to write about that symbolized who you were, what you stood for and what you fought for.
The biggest challenge in any gay man’s life after 40 will be moving on from past relationships and creating a clean slate for new ones. Many clients I work with, who are looking to create new relationships, are still holding on to their ex-boyfriends even after many years have passed. In this article I will help you understand why breaking up is difficult and I will help you become aware of automatic patterns from childhood that make some relationships very difficult to let go of.
Discover how to find your purpose and create long-term fullfillment and happiness in your life even though you might be single and struggling inside gay relationships. Find out the biggest challenges that gay men face when searching for their purpose and how to overcome them. Pay close attention to why gay men take longer than straight men to discover their purpose.
The coming out process, which often takes between 5-10 years forces every gay man to focus on sexuality and relationships. This is why many gay men lag behind in terms of personal development and achievement. In this video you will discover why coming out is essential to finding your purpose.
In this video you will learn about how to bring more passion and excitement to your dating. You see – when you have fun during dating, the relationships that come out of that are also fun, exciting and adventurous. Every gay man can have a great time during dating when he includes his hobbies and interests during dating. So go, make a list of your hobbies and interests and invite your date to those activities and don’t forget to watch this video for more ideas.