Every day I have discussions with men about porn addiction, and not just in my Practice either. I have a high success rate of getting men off porn immediately through the treatments that I use. Normally these discussions are verbal, but I had an online chat with someone and he has given me permission to share it with you. This is your typical conversation that occurs with men, as the awareness around how damaging porn is to the brain and body is not well known.

"Good morning Catherine. So how does one help someone that has porn addiction. I can understand depression and anxiety. But stopping a fella from watching porn. Hmm?"

{me} Hi. It involves energy work, Kundalini awakening and masturbation homework. A lot of the time they don’t watch it after one treatment, it’s pretty amazing stuff.

"Really. I recon you would have your work cut out on me. Not that i am a porn addict, rather just really appreciate a very good looking lady." 

{me} I do this every day, with severe porn addicts, average porn addicts, guys that don’t think they’re addicts. I also address sex addiction, unbalanced sexual drive, chronic masturbation, sexual abuse, erectile dysfunction and relationship stuff. So why would you be a challenge? How often do you watch porn?

"Porn. Not very often. But appreciate a sexy naked woman daily."

{me} What do you mean? In person?

"I wish I had someone with me every night. No not a person. Photographic."

{me} So that’s porn. Anything photographic or visual is pornographic material.

"I class porn as watching sexual movies. I don’t watch actors paid to have sex or models getting nude. More appreciate the amateur every day women."

{me} It’s not just movies. It’s videos, short clips, photos, movies. Are you masturbating over it every day?

"Maybe lol"

{me} Yep. So you have a porn addiction. Even if you’re watching it once a week and masturbating once a week, it’s a porn addiction. It can be once a month but if you’re reliant on it as a tool then it’s an addiction.

"Ah I see. What about if you’re with someone and enjoy sex daily. Would I be a sex addict?"

{me} Not at all. If it’s the same person no. But if you “needed it” so badly that you’d get it at any cost, if you were with a different woman every day, if your exchanges were empty and unfulfilling, or if you were looking outside the relationship, then yes there’s an imbalance. If you’re filling a void it’s an addiction.

"No I’m thinking the same person. I don’t go out looking for it. Never have. Ok what if I masturbate to the same person nightly before bed?"

{me} You can masturbate every day, nothing wrong with that. It isn't advised though, due to the depletion of Chi or sexual energy. But it has to be without porn.

"You need eye candy to get the imagination going."

{me} That’s the problem. Right there.

"Ah well it’s not hurting anyone."

{me} It’s hurting you. I see the effects of porn addiction every day. Impotence, difficulty maintaining an erection with a woman, difficulty having an orgasm with a woman, having to finish yourself off, 27 year old guys on Viagra, 35 year olds that are impotent. Over stimulated and desensitised men, and it’s most men. I’ve only ever seen 3 guys in the years I’ve been doing this that don’t watch porn and the difference in those guys energy and reactivity is amazing.

"Wow"

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So that's how it goes. Every day I have these conversations so that I can spread awareness and open the minds (and hearts) of men. If you would like a free copy of my eBook on Porn Addiction, please visit https://pornaddictionimhs.gr8.com/ I offer consultations, various hands-on treatments (Kinesiology, Integrated Massage Therapy, Kundalini Awakening, Intuitive Healing), video strategy sessions, and a 30 day online program http://www.30daypornprogram.gr8.com/.

 

Catherine Lyell

Men’s Health & Porn Addiction Specialist

Integrated Men’s Health Solutions

+61 401541571

Integratedmenshealth@outlook.com

www.integratedmenshealth.com.au

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