Stuff Men Never Talk About

Here are a couple things that men don’t like to discuss. They’re personal. They can be really embarrassing.

But you have to start somewhere.

If you’re struggling with addiction

You might find these resources helpful.

Jesus came to give life and to give it more abundantly. And finding your identity in Jesus is the best way to be transformed into someone who is free of old habits and addictions. But sometimes it’s good to get help.

This is a list of affiliate links to some books and help groups and the like. If you decide that these materials might be of benefit to you, I do get a small commission on them if you decide to purchase. But I’m also looking for feedback if you do. I don’t want to promote anything that isn’t in line with the gospel. If you see something I need to know about, feel free to let me know.

Check out these resources

If you’re struggling with PORN

If you’re struggling with POT

If you’re struggling with ALCOHOL

If you’re struggling with addictions in general (and want a live online support group)

If you’re struggling with men’s health issues

Let’s face it. Men’s health issues (ie., prostate) are not fun to talk about. You might need medical help. But you might also find some great help with these products:

Prostate Issues? Sometimes the best formulas are the ones you can’t find in stores.

Or this one, called “Primal Flow.” From the web site:

As we age, our bodies convert testosterone (our most important male hormone) into a harmful chemical that causes hair loss and prostate enlargement, among other unpleasant effects.

Prostate trouble destroys your sleep quality, which in turn depletes your energy, impairs your immune system, and ruins your mood and ability to focus.

Primal Flow contains a specially formulated blend of all-natural “super ingredients” which attack and shut down this dangerous chemical.

You’ll be extremely impressed when you learn about the ingredients, some of which have been used for thousands of years in exotic, faraway lands.

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