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05-16-2018, 07:52 AM
 
Hello Everyone,

I received this link about 4 hours ago. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/ar...-drinking.html

The man that sent it to me (age 32) told me that he had been one of those afflicted until a few months ago and that by changing a single behavior not mentioned in the article that his sex drive and ability to become sexually aroused went through the roof. What did he do?

Answer: He quit watching on line porn. He wrote that he had watched on line porn daily since he was 15 years old and that he began having erectile dysfunction issues about 5 years ago after being married for 2 years. At the time he didn't make the connection that porn was destroying his libido and it progressively got worse. In fact, at first, he actually started watching more porn in order to get himself aroused which he said could happen while watching porn but not when he was alone with his wife to whom he has been married for 7 years. It was with the help of a therapist that he discovered just how detrimental porn was to his libido and he believes that the reason so many men are having this problem in their 30's is because they have grown up watching inter net porn most of their lives.

My take: I can easily believe that what he states is a very real problem. It certainly isn't the first time I have read about this being related to erectile dysfunction and if you add it to the other issues discussed in the article it certainly makes sense that it would only exacerbate the problem.

One other thing that I believe is also related to the on line pornography issue is the extraordinary increase in the number of female teachers that have been caught having sex with teenage boys. It must be far more rampant than anyone imagines because in spite of the huge increase reported in recent years, I doubt that the vast majority are ever discovered.

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05-16-2018, 11:47 AM
 
I'm in the same age range as this guy and it is a problem for our generation but than again this is the same generation range of kids eating Tide pods. Hormone balance has become a major issue but people high up want to solve it with pills and other medication. Porn is an addiction for many and not always for men either. It's happening with women too. Porn has been around for ages and caters to a specific audience. Internet porn has been rampant more than any magazine published since probably the 1950s when Playboy was in it's infancy or even before that.

Let's face it, when a man sees a highly attractive woman it brings out that animalistic instinct men have. For women who haven't had that balance and feels forced to go another route, bad things can happen but also look into the form of abuse men and women have endured or having a massive case of curiosity that leads down a path that is very difficult to get out of. I'm not saying it's right and I believe control does need to be learned but effectively.
 
 
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05-16-2018, 12:40 PM
 
Hello Benny,

Thank you for your response. My whole approach in "Living Strength: Power Secrets From the Fountain of Youth" is to correct the hormonal imbalance experienced by so men through Natural Nutrition and Exercise. Hormonal balance more than anything is a major component of what is causing erectile dysfunction.

Also, what you stated about not only men being addicted to pornography is 100% true. The huge increase in female teachers having sexual relations with Male students is directly related to porn addiction among women which is evidenced by a complete lack of inhibition. Note: in the last several years a large number of female teachers have been caught sending pornographic pictures of themselves to male students. Why? Because their inhibitions have been desensitized as a result of porn addition.


As relates kids eating Tide Pods, I find it almost incomprehensible but it is an unfortunate reality. This article from the New York Times is worth reading.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/20/u...challenge.html


---John Peterson


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