Back when you were a kid, you used to sexually assault other kids. Why? Where did those desires come from? And what were you hoping to accomplish? These are the questions I address in this video that is intended to help distressed adults better understand their own negative behaviors.
Your beliefs drive your behaviors. Understanding this principle can help you see your dysfunctional behaviors in a more compassionate light.
Sexual assault victims often feel that they have not only been physically ravaged, but that severe damage has also been done to the very core of their beings. This results in them concluding that their attackers have somehow taken possession of part of who they are. In this video, I explain the logic that fuels this fear, and why it isn't true.
When your emotional state is being controlled by the way your favorite sports team performs, it's time to take a closer look at how this dependency formed.
Getting real help with your addiction begins with understanding and respecting what your mind is trying to accomplish by having you drink. In this video, I help alcoholics appreciate the logic that is driving their behavior, I explain right and wrong reasons for trying to quit, and I explain why some alcoholics become so violent and hostile when they are drunk.
In this video I explain the some of the mental processes that cause people to feel intensely agitated by certain parts of the human body. (Note: This video is also recommended for pedophiles.)
Does God really have a problem with masturbation? Why can't you stop thinking about sex? Why are you feeling aroused by the wrong things? Why can't you get sexual release without your mind producing perverse fantasies? How critical is masturbation to your mental health? These are some of the questions I address in this video.