Relationship advice for men: Theory and education are good but nothing beats experience. As we have been sharing in our last blogs the truly revolutionary solution to better intimate relationships offered by Marnia Robinson in her wonderful book “Cupid’s poisoned arrow”, I feel it would be illuminating to transcribe here some of the testimonials collected from […]
Relationship advice for men: Theory and education are good but nothing beats experience. As we have been sharing in our last blogs the truly revolutionary solution to better intimate relationships offered by Marnia Robinson in her wonderful book “Cupid’s poisoned arrow”, I feel it would be illuminating to transcribe here some of the testimonials collected from people, and men in particular, who have been experiencing a different intimacy with satisfying and lasting results.
“What I have experienced first hand is that orgasm with a partner definitely triggers addictive tendencies as well as old neurotic emotional patterns. I still have emotional issues to work through, and I still create obstacles for myself, but avoiding orgasm gives me a more sound foundation to work from. My intuition is heightened, my intellect is more powerful, and I just feel better, and I can handle stress much more competently. I have achieved a level of emotional stability that I never had my entire life. I react much more appropriately to life’s ups and downs, while I used to just fall apart”. Bette
“After three weeks of abstinence from orgasm, I am feeling mighty surges. My self-image, never low, borderline self-admiration. My body is hardening, stomach muscles are showing again, without exercise, even after living off holiday desserts since Christmas. Where the orgasm-craving urge was a weak sit-in-a-dark-room urge, the testosterone urge I a strong one driving me out of my door to meet real women.” Stephen
“The way I make love reflects immediately on the overall emotional atmosphere between us. When I have a “normal” orgasm I experience loss of the ability to feel the beauty, loss of the enchanting sense of life, and lack of subtle tenderness and completeness. After ejaculation, I feel depleted not only hormonally but also emotionally and spiritually. For partial recovery, I need at least three or four days. For complete recovery, about two weeks are needed. In fact, I am astounded to see confirmation of my own observations in your material. During this time, one’s partner becomes the mere reflection of one’s inner state of mind. It’s terrible!” Serge
“As we were falling asleep after making love, I noticed that my lover still had a strong erection. We had just started experimenting with avoiding orgasm during sex, so I asked him, “Isn’t that making you uncomfortable?” I could hear a big smile in his voice as he replied, “No, I love it!” And when we woke up during the night, I found out why”. Kate
“I do not think we have been that close in the 10 years we have been partners. I still have my doubt about abandoning orgasm absolutely, but so far, the last six weeks have been the best, consistently loving, time period of our relationship. If anyone has any doubts trying it, don’t. Instead of going crazy from the lack of release, I think maybe we have become sane”. Leo
I would like to close this blog about relationship advice for men (and women) by a poem also quoted from Marnia’s Robinson book.
“All the joy the world contains has
come through wishing happiness for others. All the misery the world
contains has come through wanting pleasure for oneself”
Shantideva, ninth century Indian Mystic
Aude is an ex corporate Lawyer with a passion for health, self development and independence which lead her to give up her former career to help others through health.
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