Is Porn Destroying Your Relationship?

Once your Partner gets wind of how much porn has replaced your relationship with her, your relationship is often under Serious Threat.

It’s almost the norm these days’ to deal with sexual boredom, inadequacy, or emotional distance in a relationship by developing a compensatory relationship with porn – where you prefer to masturbate in front of the screen.

In porn women are depicted as being hot, and constantly gagging for sex – without any foreplay whatsoever!

With no need to please your partner, worry about her orgasm, or even negotiate her need for closeness and intimacy before sex, at first porn seems to provide an uncomplicated and easy way of meeting your own sexual needs. You can come as quickly as you like, without the complexities of dealing with your partner – who may seem too busy or tired for sex – and may be hard to satisfy sexually.

By putting your sexual needs in a separate box from your relationship, you may think it’s fine to wank to porn – and that this won’t affect your relationship.

But if you ask your mates, they can tell you that the more you do it, the less interesting real sex becomes.

Typically, men end up in a low sex relationship for long periods of time … and their partner also retreats into a world of her own.

Many men graduate from magazines and videos to strip clubs, phone sex, to live sex via web-cam.

With live streaming porn available free, on your smart phone, ipad or laptop, with a theme to suit your tastes – however outrageous – the gap between real sex and virtual sex becomes ever wider.

Your own fantasies can replay these visuals in order to power your sexual pleasures.

However, once you have reached the stage where you’re more interested in this level of stimulation, it can become too much effort to build sexual excitement with your own sexual partner. Just as men who are having an affair may close their eyes and imagine they’re having sex with their lover rather than their wife, habitual users of porn often can only come by fantasizing about some arousing sexual scenario often viewed. They try and get their partner to participate by acting out the porn role.

Some men get to the point where they can only keep their erection going by watching porn at the same time as having sex.

If you’ve reached this stage your situation is dire!

You’ve developed PORN INDUCED SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION… and you’re one of a growing band of men afflicted in this way.

So what started as a simple habit of using porn to guarantee your sexual satisfaction, ends up leaving you unable to perform – and increasingly dissatisfied. Not only that, but your partner totally looses interest in sex. Women can often tell if you’re fantasizing because you’re not really present during sex, and women return the favor by losing interest’

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Women don’t agree that your porn habit has nothing to do with your joint sex life, and can feel utterly humiliated, used, rejected, and betrayed once they realize your sex was mechanical and you were replacing your real experience with them in your mind with some porn actress – causing a breach in trust that can take a long time to heal, if at all.

Once your partner gets wind of how much porn has replaced your relationship with her, your relationship is often under serious threat. I have worked with numerous men – and Often their partners in separate consultations works on the loss of sexual and emotional intimacy- to get their relationships back on track.

There are two major aspects to this problem:

  • The fact that you have habituated your sexual response to solo sex
  • The loss of intimacy with your partner.
  • A reduction in arousal and pleasure.
  • The loss of intimacy with your partner and possible separation.

I Have Developed A Detailed Program Which Works On:

Controlling the addiction
Developing positive solo sex practices which can be transferred to couple sex
Rebuilding emotional and sexual intimacy
Strengthening erotic connection with your partner
Mastering sexual skills as a great lover
Creating a powerful erotic connection with your partner.

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