David Brown, Principal of ICASA, explains the secret sexual dysfunction that many men suffer from but is rarely talked about or documented. https://youtu.be/BoAtBKJQ9I0
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David Brown, Principal of ICASA, talks about how fear of intimacy can lead to sexual inexperience, lack of intimate relationships and the feeling of isolation...and how you can break free from this destructive trap! https://youtu.be/uIU0F6KyBiA
In this video, David Brown, Principal of ICASA, reveals seven things to avoid if you, or your partner, are experiencing erection problems…and seven positive things to do that will help! https://youtu.be/6lTS8qlXKPI
In this video, David Brown, Principal of ICASA, reveals seven things to avoid if you, or your partner, suffers from premature ejaculation...and seven positive things to do to help! https://youtu.be/VbszW2e-Rec
Although people in our society generally appear to be sexually confident, many people suffer deep anxieties and fears around sex. Fear of intimacy, or particular sexual problems, are a secret cause; often hiding at the heart of conditions such as depression, relationship breakdowns, some physical illnesses; addictions and even suicidal tendencies. Let’s identify the most common sexual problems that I’ve learnt from the many individual men, women and couples who have come to me in need of help, over the past twenty-five years. These are what I call the “Ten Deadly Sexual Problems” Unwanted Midlife Virginity Erectile Dysfunction Premature
To know more about lovemaking, we must get to know more about love. What is love? Where does love actually come from? Does it harm or heal? Can it be defined or understood? Why do we long for it so much and can this longing ever be satisfied? How and where do we find love? Why does it appear to hide from us? How do we know when we have found love? Can love be lost once it has been found, or is it indestructible? Then what is lovemaking? What is this strange obsession that unites us all? What is
From time to time, an intimate couple will experience bliss, sometimes referred to as ecstasy. At such times it feels as though the couple, or sometimes it may be one or other partner, is lifted onto a higher plane of consciousness and experiences a sort of “out of body” experience, yet the feelings are felt through the medium of the body. At such times of bliss, the mind is the sexual organ and yet the couple may be engaged fully in physical lovemaking. It is possible, however, for such feelings of ecstasy to be experienced during deep and passionate kissing
It is commonly thought that attraction is created through particular physical attributes that appeal visually by way of physical form, figure, hairstyle or other such features. While physical features may play a part in the process of sexual attraction they are not the real magnetic forces that produce attraction and desire of sustainable magnitude sufficient to endure the processes of time. What really constitutes sexual attraction and desire is the energy that emanates from a person. I am sure that most men and women will have learnt by experience of everyday life that even the most physically perfect person may
How many of us have experienced jealousy? Literally all of us, of course, including me. In fact, when I was a young man I was extremely jealous and it ruined early relationships. Some years ago I went to see somebody who I respected a lot, and said, “Can you tell me how to master jealousy?” He looked at me as though I was crazy. “Master jealousy?” He replied. “You can’t master jealousy any more than you can master time, or sickness or death. What you can do”, he continued, “is to develop your personal magnetism. In that way, you will
It may surprise you to know that millions of men ejaculate between thirty seconds and two minutes after beginning sexual intercourse! Many even experience ejaculation before penetration has been achieved! No wonder, then, that millions of women complain about their sex-life being disappointing and unsatisfying. Did you know that premature ejaculation is the most common of all male sexual problems? What is not so clear, or agreed, is the definition of the condition: “What is premature?” Is premature ejaculation defined by the time between penetration and ejaculation? Or should other criteria be used to define the condition? Some therapists use