As a car owner it is up to me to stay present while driving. Being mindful of hazards gives me the best chance of avoiding sudden accidents. In addition to my daily habit of paying attention behind the wheel, I also make a commitment to get my car serviced by a mechanic every six months.
The mechanic is able to fix any wear and tear on the vehicle’s engine, parts or tyres to keep it running efficiently and safely. The service is a kind of therapy for my car.
I believe an element of therapy plays an important role in curing PE. Therapy doesn’t have to play a major part in the process. Just like your car, therapy can simply be your six monthly brain service to assist you in relieving and healing your PE problem.
While curing my chronic premature ejaculation problem I saw a therapist called Joe. He was great. He was a safe person to talk to about my PE problem when I was still too terrified to open to anyone else.
In fact, just the act of verbalising my fears about premature ejaculation made me feel more optimistic about my unsustainable situation.
Are You Ready For Change?
By talking to someone else you can find out how committed to change you actually are. If you have read my book you’ll know I spent 14 years PRE-CONTEMPLATING changing my premature ejaculation problem, hoping my procrastination would magically heal my PE.
14 years later I finally made the decision that I was going to change myself. I was finally in enough pain to commit to ACTION.
I then created my daily practice which helped me change my habits and maintain a sustainable sex life where I was in total control of my orgasm.
Therapy can bring to the surface any obstacles that are keeping you in the PRE-CONTEMPLATION phase. Once these issues are acknowledged they can be replaced and allow you to make committed ACTION to change your unsustainable sex life to one of fulfilling, multi-orgasmic sex.
Are You Prepared for Change?
Change requires being prepared to accept what is out of your control and commit to action that improves your emotional, physical, mental and spiritual health.
This surrender to ‘what is’ requires psychological flexibility. The ACT approach of therapy and coaching supports change by promoting the three core habits;
- Be present
- Open up
- Do what matters
The daily practice mentioned in Going The Distance encompasses the values of the ACT approach (pronounced ‘act’). The journaling and mindfulness activities develop your ability to contact the present moment and open up to the current situation. The guided visualisations and affirmations promote your commitment to changing your current habits to produce greater psychological flexibility.
My experience with curing PE proves that psychological flexibility is the key to mastering the control of your orgasm and curing your premature ejaculation problem permanently.
Don’t Waste Your Money
You don’t need to waste money on a fruitless journey of expensive PE quick-fixes such as medications and numbing creams that only prolong your dependence and suffering.
All you need is to take action today. Take control of the steering wheel and do what it takes to live your true values of being a sustainable lover, man, husband and human. My book will tell you how I took action. It may help you to.
Contact me and tell me where you are on the change cycle pictured above or simply email me to make a commitment to accept you are ready to change!
Good luck on your journey, sustainable sex is well-within your reach.
Best wishes, Guy.
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