In fact, our 21st Centrury brains have become exquisite BS detectors for all but motivational spin. That’s a problem, because this kind of ra ra style motivation is only ever a short term strategy. Creating engagement around these challenging endeavours requires designing environments and processes that amplify engagement intrinsically, not just “mastervation”.

Here are the 10 reasons why you should take matters into your own hands right now: Sex therapists across the globe have found that men who experience premature ejaculation during sexual intercourse can benefit from masturbation about 2 hours before sex.

This enables them to have a longer duration of intercourse before another ejaculation comes on.

A 2003 Australian study found that men who ejaculated more than five times a week were a third less likely to develop prostate cancer.

Regular sex or masturbation works out your pelvic floor muscles to prevent erectile dysfunction and incontinence. Some studies found that masturbation improves some quality and motility.

“Theoretically, a man masturbating before intercourse releases the residual sperms in the semen transporting tubules.

We recently learned in a Bible study class that masturbation is a sin.

This is the only way that I am able to reach climax.

I need some clarification, because I haven't seen anything written in the Bible stating that masturbation is a sin. A: Masturbation is not specifically mentioned in the Bible.

For instance, if masturbation is used as a way to deny sex to your spouse, that would be destructive and go against the 1 Corinthians 7 principles Paul describes.

If masturbation is accompanied by fantasies of extra-marital relations, it may fit with Jesus' definition of lust in Matthew 5.

Otherwise, muscle aches and poor performance get me benched. This feedback is after following the steps for three to five days.

Has helped me and many other children stop or reduce masturbation.


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