When Do You Surrender? [Explicit]

Drew Gerald Sexual Healing Link

He looks at you with those piercing eyes, simultaneously taking all of you in and penetrating your mind with his gaze. You feel it in your solar plexus; the rush begins.

Do you surrender immediately?

His smile – mischievous, warm, and welcoming – you feel the connection as you reflect his joy. You wonder if it’s supposed to happen like this.

Have you surrendered already?

A slight grazing of his fingertips across your arms; the jolt of electricity shooting through your body, sparking your desire. Your heart starts to pound slightly faster. The rush continues.

Do you surrender to the truth of the moment, or do you feel shame for the quickness or easiness of your desire and deny it instead?

He grabs the front of your shirt, pulling you in face-to-face. Heart beating faster, breath quickening. It’s almost obvious he’s going to kiss you, but you’re not quite sure.

Do your thoughts begin to race, or you do you let get go of them and surrender to the thrill you feel in your body?

His hands slide to your check, pulling you in for the kiss.

Do you deny yourself and play hard to get, or do you let go of the ego and surrender to the kiss?

He grabs your hand, and with a sly grin, leads you into the bedroom.

Do you surrender to his lead and embrace intimacy, or resist and deny yourself?

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The Purpose Of Improving Sexual Performance

Drew Gerald Sexual Performance Link

If you’re reading this now, you’ve seen some form of “Top 10 Sex Tips to Drive Your Lover Wild” list countless times. You know the ones. You’ve probably laughed at some, went “ohh, sexy” at a few, and others made your eyes roll. Regardless of how good they were, you ultimately read them because you want to be better in bed. You’re looking for ways to become more confident in your sexual prowess, to learn and try something new, but most importantly—satisfy your lover.

You wouldn’t care about performing better in bed if you were selfish—if you were just looking out for your own pleasure. You genuinely want your partner to be satisfied: to feel amazing, orgasm more (or at all), and appreciate your abilities to make them feel things they’ve never felt before.

The problem is most of these lists don’t teach anything substantial. They’re just lists with tricks and tips. After a few nights of implementation, their novelty wears out.

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Why Sexual Understanding Is Important

Drew Gerald Sexual Understanding Link

There’s a best-selling book published on what men know about women. It’s hundreds of pages long. But here’s the punchline: every page is blank. Whether or not it’s funny doesn’t matter nearly as much as the glaring problem it illustrates. It’s a conundrum that goes back millennia, unanswered by the greatest philosophers: most people have a difficulty understanding the opposite sex.

I was one of them. For the first two-thirds of my life, I myself was even more clueless than the average person. I barely knew much about myself and men, let alone… girls. I was confused, frustrated, and baffled—yet enamored by—the feminine creature.

My lack of success, skill, and happiness drove me to a dark place where loneliness, desperation, and deep sadness abide. A place where, unfortunately, many men and women stay for most of their lives. We didn’t know what we didn’t know; a lot of information and revelations have been made and documented for those willing to seek guidance, yet we remain woefully ignorant.

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The Value Of Sexual Healing

Drew Gerald Sexual Healing Link

When it comes to having an incredible sex life and reaping the perks of being a remarkable lover, things like orgasms, ecstatic pleasure, dirty talk, profound love and connection, fantasy-fulfillment, the psychology of arousal, the art of seduction, etc. tend to get all the glory. The acquisition of new sexual secrets and ancient techniques dazzle us with pleasure and tease us with potential fulfillment.

Conversations around health and the healing of traumas, declaring a call-to-arms on facing our demons, and getting messy with feelings… doesn’t sound nearly as glamourous, does it?

The truth no guru wants to tell (sell) you, and this comes from personal and professional experience of nearly a decade, is that sexual healing is by far the most critical area to focus on if you want to have any substantial success. Not rock-hard erections, not the world’s best blowjob, not ancient tantric secrets—but healing.

Imagine not having to “just accept” that you’re shy and insecure, but to actually become confident and open as a person. Imagine not having to “deal” with your fears and “issues” everyday, but rather to address them once and never live with them again. Imagine not forcing yourself to do things you don’t like in bed that you’d like to like, but instead being able to discover the block and let it go, allowing your natural enjoyment to surface.

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