How Porn Impacts Real Intimacy and Real Relationships

Jayson Gaddis wants to talk about porn use, and the impact it has on your real life relationships.

I’m inspired to help men feel more turned on by their sexual partners. I’m inspired to support men finding even more pleasure out of real sex. In order to do so, we have to really take a look at our sexuality and how we show up sexually online and with real people. We’ve worked with hundreds of men who start out using porn very casually, but over time, it begins to eat away at their lives and contributions to the world.

Is your porn use impacting your real relationships?

Ask yourself these questions:

  • Are you starting to wonder if using porn is becoming a habit or addiction?
  • Do you consider how it’s impacting you connecting with real women in real time?
  • Do you sense that your porn use is helping or hindering your energy levels for the demands of your life?
  • Do you feel less potent? Or do you ever lose your erection or ejaculate too fast or not at all?
  • Do you find yourself hiding or “covering your tracks” with friends and lovers?
  • Do you use porn when you are stressed, in a fog, glazed over, bored, unambitious, or frustrated?

If any of these are true, chances are porn “has you” versus you having porn.

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We want to challenge you to take a break and see what you learn about yourself. As you begin 2013, consider a ‘no porn diet’ with us and hundreds of other men. Join our free, live call on Jan 2, 2013 from 6-7pm MT. I will co-lead this call with Decker Cunov, Authentic World founder and Integral Center wizard.

Come join the ride with us while we offer some valuable facts and tips on how to get your mojo back to its fullest.

On this basic overview call, we will cover:

  • The cost of your porn use–5-10 ways it’s sucking the much needed potency out of you.
  • How to increase your trustworthiness and personal integrity with porn
  • How to increase your sex drive and passion with women
  • 3 key steps to get out of the porn trance
  • How to begin a no porn diet

So, if you want to learn a few tips and free up more life force for the creative tasks toward your mission while increasing the chemistry and juice between you and women, register for our free call here.

Registration Link:

http://bit.ly/WXfsxPrncall

A Note to Commenters: Please stay on-topic in the comments section. This post is not asking whether porn is good or bad, it is only speaking to a subset of people who may find porn destructive to their own lives. Neither The Good Men Project, nor Jayson Gaddis, as saying that all pornography use is bad or should be ended, and any comments along those lines will be deleted from this conversation.

Read more by Jayson Gaddis:

Why Guys Get Trapped in Soul Sucking Jobs

My Son Wears Pink, He’s Either Gay or a Girl Right?

The Sex Lives of New Dads

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About Jayson Gaddis

Jayson Gaddis — householder, former psychotherapist, teacher, speaker, writer, relationship specialist, & soul guide is using the vehicle of his marriage and his children to become who he truly is, while expanding his capacity to love. He’s on the planet to help people master the soul lesson burning in their heart, through the vehicle of intimacy and relationship. He’s a husband and part-time stay-at-home Dad getting schooled by his two cosmic kids.

Comments

  1. Just to be clear, if I were to answer the above questions, finding that one or two were true to some degree, then dispute the idea that porn “has” me, woul that be off-topic?

  2. “50 Shades of Grey” has been read by about 50 million women. The book being held in one hand in very many cases, one suspects.
    Which kind of porn does more to condition a person to desire the unreal? Just sayin.

  3. Yup, addictions are bad all right. It’s a good thing widespread use and popularity aren’t the same thing as addiction, no matter how many misguided ‘authorities’ try to suggest otherwise.

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