The stakes are miles higher when sexual expression and meaningful pleasure is just beyond your reach and it seems like destiny may never provide the mysterious sexual language that feeds your soul. When you meet altered sensations, you face dizzying forks in your journey.
I’ve had days when I’ve come home and what I was counting on to comfort me wasn’t there — a cold beer, a nap on the couch, twenty minutes to stroke. Life is full of mild disappointments. You get over it. You learn to prepare better or just learn to cope.
The stakes are miles higher when sexual expression and meaningful pleasure is just beyond your reach and it seems like destiny may never provide the mysterious sexual language that feeds your soul.
ED ranks up there among life’s most daunting crisis. A young guy will do almost anything consumed by the desire for sexual expression and fulfillment. But when your erection slips through your fingers so to speak, you’ll do anything to get it back.
You wake up one morning and something isn’t right. Your faithful even sometimes annoying erection has now chosen to be elusive and leaves you in an anguishing lurch. Or the dilemma arrives via a physician’s diagnosis and a common side-effect of your treatment is that your penis may need to learn new tricks.
It’s anything but a circus act. Most guys simply roll under a private cloak of shame and struggle to get what they can back but never find the comfort of self-revealing connection with another who understands their ED the way they do. A physician, counselor, friend, even a supportive wife isn’t the same as that other who feels and struggles like you do.
Franktalk.org is just that other. It’s way more than an informational webpage. It’s an online community of guys with a common goal of struggling to redefine their male sexuality in the throes of ED. Every guy’s journey is different but they all intersect at one place — each guy longs in his soul to tell other guys his personal story, and each longs to know what other guys do — personally speaking.
I’m proud that the creator of Franktalk.org is my friend. We live half a continent apart, are insane pen pals and I think charter members of our own mutual admiration society. If you know me, I don’t mind that.
Believe me, Franktalk.org is rare. On Franktalk.org you’ll find no medical advice, but personal, graphic and often emotional dialog about sexual sensual rediscovery. Healing happens. Guts are spilled. Male sexual ideas uncovered. And hope cultivated.
Pay a visit whether you are on your own journey or not. If you’re not, you’ll get enlightened. Sexuality takes on new value. If you are on a journey of ED recovery, you’ll find yourself surprisingly at home in your own neighborhood of FrankTalk.org.