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Uncomfortable Truth By Gayton Pdf

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Available ebook formats: Filtering Exclude erotica Include mainstream erotica Include all erotica. About Publish Join Sign In. Readers Benefits of registering Where are my ebooks? Your E-mail: Describe your issue Have a question not already answered in the links at left or on our main FAQ page? Ask it above. In this new title, he tackles the tough subject of his experiences with love, sex and relationships, admitting the truth derived from his own life as a "player", in the hope that the women who read it will feel more equipped to deal with the search for the right kind of man. I am the guy love gurus have been trying to figure out. But what he could never quite understand was how reluctant so many women seem to be to face up to the uncomfortable realities about men, themselves and their relationships. Gayton McKenzie has young daughters. This is the book he would want them to read — to warn them against the kind of man he has so often been himself. As Gloria Steinem once said:

How many of these books are willing to challenge the comfortable truths about relationships and openly discuss the less palatable aspects of why we keep walking into relationships that chew us up and spit us out?

Those lies cause personal pain and anguish so strong that you can be suffering in silence so profoundly you will feel as if your heart wants to collapse into a black hole. And no one around might know. I hope you enjoy and learn from the uncomfortable truths I will be sharing in this book. You might be offended by some of the things you read here. It may even be part of the process of you wising up. What your mama said The first person who probably gave you relationship advice was your mom — or the person closest to being a mom for you.

Children always learn best by example, and the example your mom set when she interacted with whoever that special man was taught you either good or bad ways of behaving in a relationship. The hard part is figuring out which of these things were good or bad; which were worth keeping and building on and which are you better off not trying to emulate?

The Uncomfortable Truth (Paperback)

So much of it could be hardwired into you — either by being exposed to so much of how you saw her behave, or because you share so many genes with your mom and are a biological extension of her the whole nature vs nurture debate.

They say we spend all our younger years trying so hard to not be like our parents, and then we grow up to become so much like them, especially after we get kids of our own. None of that needs to be predetermined or cast in stone though. Every person has every choice in the world available to them on how to behave. If I were to have pointed it out, I doubt they would have been pleased to hear it.

Having known their mothers, I immediately picked up on the telltale traits. I often see so many similarities to my own mom in my sister. The results can be wonderful, just as they can be frustrating. The one trait that most moms wish their daughters will develop is the ephemeral quality of being a lady. A gentleman, by my reckoning, is someone who tries, at all times, to make the experience of others better simply because he is around. He is friendly, polite, well mannered and helpful.

At all times, he tries to make the world a better place in numerous small, but significant ways. And society would be the worse for it if every man thought it was fine to fart whenever he felt like it. To me, a lady is much the same. I say that most moms would like their daughters to be ladies.

Gayton Mckenzie Book The Uncomfortable Truth Pdf

Cross your legs. Men respect ladies, yes, and men also want their women to act like ladies at all times — but ladies also have wild, outrageous sex. When the bedroom door closes, no man has time for crossed legs or talking softly; we want you to suck our manhood and moan and scream our names. You might have not seen your mom behave that way, because hopefully you never saw her having sex.

You have to shake what your mama gave you, as the hip-hop track goes. And do it unashamedly. Your mom might not have given you chapter and verse of the Kama Sutra but every man will appreciate it if it turns out you memorised and internalised it on your own.

They call it Adult World for a reason. Some things you can only discover on your own.

Behind it all, behind all the madness and the heartbreak, is sex. So why does it matter so much? The human sex drive is one of the most powerful personal forces that each of us will ever have. Even if your own sex drive is not strong or stopped being so at one point , keep in mind that most people do need sex and their natural imperative can express itself in all sorts of ways, good and bad — but express itself it will.

But guys are not entirely shallow either. We also want to be loved, adored and cherished and to give that to others in return. She was, of course, right. Apparently, nearly forty percent of the internet consists of porn, which, if you think about it, is astounding. And right next to that is a seemingly limitless trove of people having sex and being watched by people who wish they were having sex.

So whether one admits to it or not, everyone is fascinated by sex. And relationships that have started with sex have sometimes ended with marriages that have lasted for more than fifty years, just as so much puppy love has ended after one unsatisfying sexual encounter between two people or just one of them who had no idea what they were doing.

Anyone can be good at sex, and everyone should be good at it. Remember, everyone has two faces: the one they show the world and the one they show their lover. Those can be — and should be — two completely different faces. And the bedroom should be a place of ultimate trust, openness and acceptance.

For him and for yourself. And rightly or wrongly, men never believe they are the reason for bad sex; we believe we own the right to judge if the sex was good or bad.

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A comedian once said your man is more nasty than he would admit. This is completely true. He has been watching porn since he turned twelve. He probably never skipped a day of masturbating between the ages of twelve and sixteen. One of your tasks in life should be to try to fulfil your fantasies and his.

Find his, fulfil his, and it will lead to yours. Your man may want to do things to you he will not have the courage to say.

You should suck or fuck it out of him. He should confess it like a dying man — only you should be killing him with pleasure. A man with no sexual fantasy is a man not to be trusted.

Especially if your relationship is as strong as you think it is. Dig for it and try not to judge him when he finally spills the beans. Fantasies differ. And never feel blackmailed into having to fulfil any sick fantasies.

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