Welcome to my virtual therapy room! I am Dr Lori Beth Bisbey and this is Sex Spoken Here. Remember that this podcast deals with adult themes so if you don’t have privacy you might wish to put on your headphones.
Today I start my series about the care and feeding of the penis. Joining me today is GP Walsh. Son of a schizophrenic mother and an absent father, GP’s earliest memory is being tied to his bed, to keep him from wandering. The years of abuse and emotional deprivation were offset by a natural gift for and love of truth as we’ll as an unquenchable curiosity about how people really heal and awaken.
GP Walsh has spent a lifetime mastering those techniques and processes that liberate the mind and heart and bring healing to individuals, families and organizations.
GP Walsh is the author of “The Tao of Allowing”, “Angels in the Basement”, “The Harmonious Human”, “Tapping on the Buddha”, “Just Allow It”, and numerous other ebooks, meditations and audio/video programs.
He is the Founder of The MasterHEART Institute, an Ordained Minister in the Universal Brotherhood Movement, a Member of the Association of Comprehensive Energy Psychology, the Evolutionary Business Council and was personally invited to be a member of the prestigious Transformational Leadership C ouncil by Jack Canfield, the organization’s founder.
We started by talking about The Ball Project and GP told me about how he started it and how important having a place for men to talk about feelings and worries is especially in the current cultural climate. We spoke about how men find it difficult to feel their feelings and express them and how often they feel emasculated. GP spoke about the anger and rage men carry – some righteous and some not and that they do not learn to express this in productive ways and this makes them ill.
We spoke about how all of this can cause impotency. We went on to talk about retirement and the loss of relevance that men experience when they retire and how this can impact sexual functioning. GP talked about how important it is for men to be doing something that matters and that men still identify themselves by the job they do. We spoke about the fact that because there is a medication for impotence, men are not encouraged to look at their feelings and make the connection between mind, feelings and body that may resolve the problem without medication.
We spoke about men using pornography as avoidance from fear of women, lack of understanding as to how to approach women and fear of the tough emotions like rejection. We both agreed that looking at overuse of pornography as an addiction does nothing to help them men who are experiencing this problem. We spoke about how difficult it is for men to be centred in now
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