After that I was confused and had a hard time finding myself, because when I topped I couldn’t last for longer than 2 mins sometimes less and didn’t want to bottom because of my first relationship. Throughout my 20’s I abused myself sexually with lots of hook ups, hate to say it but at this current moment been with over 300 guys and not even sure if that is accurate. For a while I thought I had a sex addiction, but felt it was the norm in gay society.
I used to be a passionate scholar, go to the gym everyday, and be hopeful of the future. However in the past two months I have undergone and overcome panic attacks, insomnia, suicidal thoughts, poor appetite, and feel I have lost that part of myself. Can it come back? How can I recover my old self?
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If someone wonders if tantric orgasm can be experienced without spiritual consciousness, the answer is no. Furthermore, if a man just looks for the pleasure of the physical body, he cannot experience tantric sexuality because he does not have a spiritual connection, and because he will not able to understand his partner’s needs. […]
They are something that drives us to open to another person and to bring our entire being into that friendship.
In these kind of relationships the real and true connection is not achieved.
The individual is obsessed with sexual thoughts – thoughts which interfere with their ability to work properly, have relationships, and go about their daily activities. Many say that sexual addiction is a form of obsessive compulsive behavior.
The dominant world religions treat sexuality as (at best) a distraction from the spiritual path. On the other hand, some spiritual traditions integrate sexuality into their spiritual practice. Some regard sexuality as an integral part of life, a gift to be honored and enjoyed. This section contains classic texts which discuss the sacred nature of sexuality and affirm the positive aspects of sex. Some of these texts (the Tantric) are esoteric and touch on the intersection of the spiritual and the physical. Others (such as the Kama Sutra material) are more rooted in the physical world.
The more you will try, you will learn what you want, how you want it, and how to proceed. After a while you could distinguish easily what kind of person you need, to ignore the external manipulations and see an entire concept of beauty that comes from the inside too.
Remember that acceptance is not the same thing as approval. Acceptance means acknowledging what is true. It does not mean you must compromise your convictions about what constitutes right and wrong, nor does it mean you condone homosexual behavior and practices.
Most homosexual men (same as me that don’t like to consider themselves “gay”) would prefer to meet people in neutral places where there is not GAY-CODES. Indeed some feminine types will appear from time to time in these neutral sites such parks, but I guess the fact they are there without partying right now with some fake friends drinking cocktail in the neighbourhood, I will consider them more relevant to me.
Dating advice is outside the scope of this site, with this article being a semi-exception. Over the years several women have written me to tell me reading this site has helped them understand the actions of a shy guy they were pursuing. With that in mind I thought I’d try to be even more helpful and write a whole article outlining what it’s like to be a man who’s really shy and inexperienced with women. At the end I give a few thoughts on what to do if there’s a shy guy in your life you’re interested in.
Good session today. Thank you. Good because it steered up things in me that brought up new questions and new inquiries in my journey of love, sex and intimacy.
I left our session feeling frustrated, confused and a incomplete. But that’s not a bad thing. It was a good point for me to slow down and process some of the things we talked about.