A neighbor introduced Chad into the joys of porn (“P” as we often say in these emails.)
And showed Chad how to “M.”
That was the instant beginning of a life long problem with “M” and “P” as we call it in these emails.
Chad could not get enough. Sometimes three or four times a day.
And it continued even after he got married.
He thought marriage would end his issues with P and M but it didn’t.
Chad felt distant from his wife. That is a common effect from P and M — real women seem less than exciting.
And he had great difficulties even being interested in “Sue”.
P was much more stimulating and they made love as seldom as possible.
And after a few years, they divorced.
Now he’s in a new relationship and everything has changed.
Chad is so excited about his new life.
He has discovered the urge to get over a lifelong problem with P and M.
He now knows that P can become an addiction that affects the brain physically.
P gets the brain hooked on the hormone dopamine.
The dopamine addiction is what P is all about, nothing to do with women.
The brain’s pleasure center gets hooked on dopamine from P and that is what causes what Chad knows now is “de-sensitization.”
It is totally not his fault. Chad was completely innocent.
As are you.
Now, Chad knows the truth and he is taking charge and wow, he is an excited and determined man.
He feels that the issues he’s had have made him perform poorly in bed with women and now he is really excited about being excited with his new girlfriend.
His former addiction to P made him shy and distant but he is coming out of his shell.
He is claiming the life of being a strong determined man in passionate love with his girlfriend.
Watch my emails for more about Chad tomorrow and announcement of the next web training class.
I’m excited for you!
You may have heard of Suzy Favor-Hamilton, the amazing story of compulsion and the question “why did she do it?”
Click here for the answer to that question in a video I just made that reveals the secret to overcoming compulsions and addictions and having a wonderful new life.
I was telling you about how I had built a huge case of anticipation whenever I had a date.
I want to take a quick trip to something else that more than a few guys have asked recently.
One asked again a day or so ago.
This is basically, what if I have a bent unit?
There are extremes where your unit is so bent that it interferes with proper function during partner intercourse.
If you want to find out about that, go here
CAUTION: This is very graphic and you may not want to go there really.
Most men are worried about a bent unit because they think that women will laugh at them. Or that they won’t function in bed.
Neither are true.
Your woman won’t care if your unit is a bit bent.
Doesn’t matter to her at all.
How do I know this? Because I’ve asked lots of women and established this for a fact.
In fact, a little bendy action there may sometimes make it easier to give her more clitoral stimulation.
Listen: if you have a partner right now, or even if you don’t, you can provide her with more or less stimulation on her “magic button” pretty easily.
And this is a real key to making her happy, being able to adjust the angle of penetration for more or less stimulation there.
Bendy units may be an advantage here, lol.
So, will it interfere with proper function?
No, not at all, provided it isn’t a severe bend.
I am not a doctor and I can’t give medical advice but for most guys, this isn’t going to be any issue.
P.S. Remember hit REPLY to ask a question, as
I read all the emails that get sent to me.
Been getting lots of questions in the mailbag. If you have one, comment at the bottom of this page and lay it on me.
One question that came up recently was about performance anxiety. This certainly contributes to a lot of difficulty guys have.
I thought I’d be a real studly when I was in high school.
My best friend was doing 101 positions with his GF at the time and I couldn’t convince my GF to try much of anything short of kissing.
But I felt I would be invincible.
Meanwhile, I built a huge case of anticipation whenever I had a date. And that caused me to get the dreaded “blue balls” afterwards. And when we did go to bed, Mr. Pecker would not perform.
It about killed me.
This video shows you some practical things you can do about performance anxiety:
I’ll tell you more about my experiences soon. Meanwhile, Big Bang has been available for a short while again — they are taking it back into the vault, so get your 60 day trial now (if you still can.)