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Sexual Energy, Confidence, and My Story
Sexual energy is often overlooked in much of the seduction and dating material out there, yet it's the cornerstone of enjoying a satisfying life with women and with your self.
No amount of good pickup lines or mastering body language will make up for a lack of sexually charged confidence.
Why do some guys just seem to ooze this sexual energy while others seem like sexually-neutral nice guys?
Is there a precise, step-by-step method of harnessing this sexual energy?
I remember a few years ago, before I learned any of this dating stuff, I would go to bars and clubs to have a good time, drink a few beers, and meet women.
Usually, one of my friends would be the one to start up the interaction with women otherwise we would just end up talking to each other.
Many times it ended up with us going to the bar, paying three times as much for beer, and then standing around all night without meeting any women. The whole thing seemed pointless and frustrating.
I can recall some sort of mental block that would surface if I even thought about approaching women that I didn't know. It was as if deep down, I didn't feel like I could satisfy her sexually, so why even try. I felt like I was just one of those guys that didn't have that sexual spark that women craved and probably never would.
Even when women approached me and hit on me, I would still hesitate to take it any further. Since I was inexperienced, I feared that she would be let down if we ended up having sex.
"What if" questions raced through my head: "What if I wasn't good enough? What if we got physical and I came too soon? What if she would tell all of her friends that I was horrible and fumbled around in bed?"
The possibility of her thinking of me as a loser was too much for me to handle, so I didn't even try.
Through some drunken and awkward sexual interactions with women, I realized a couple things :
1.) Many of the attractive women I slept with were either just as inexperienced as me or worse, they would just lay there like dead fishes while I did all of the work.
2.) Women seemed to respond well to the emotional connection between us during sex.
This allowed me to break through my old mental barriers pretty quickly which led to a good amount of success with women. But somewhere down the line something went wrong.
I thought that I was living a healthy life. I ate a variety of foods with a lot of protein, went to the gym at least once a week and usually drank only on the weekends. I ran a part time computer business and attended college. I thought I had it all figured out.
Then slowly, I began feeling sick and tired all the time. I didn't want to go out as much and my confidence started dropping. I was losing interest in women and my erections were not as strong or often as they were before.
I couldn't figure out why this was happening or even how to fix it.
When I went to clubs, I no longer felt like having fun and women picked up on this, which lead to less success with them. Many nights I came home from the bar drunk and frustrated only to turn to my last bastion for sexual needs: Porn.
Porn was always there; easy to start up and turn off with no hassles. I didn't have to argue with it and it always had a happy ending. I felt in control. I thought I regained just a little bit of my power with it.
Slowly my social skills began declining. Old feelings of nervousness around women started to creep back into my life. I tried using all the pickup and seduction routines but my spirit just wasn't in it.
Little did I know that the porn was draining my energy and causing me to be more nervous around women. Lonely and dejected, I would turn to porn again leading to a vicious negative cycle.
Finally, I reached a point where I was fed up with it. I had to get a handle on my physical and sexual health. I dove into all kinds of books, websites, attended seminars, health expos and found health practitioners in a search for an answer.