No one set me aside while growing up and gave me any advice on how to approach gay relationships.
The culture of that time viewed gay relationships as purely sexual temporary encounters, or second-class relationships.
Paul’s courses and coaching helped me fully understand my past relationship struggles. He gave me a sense of confidence about my ability to develop a healthy gay relationship in the future.
It’s really important that you get outside of your comfort zone and meet other people. It’s important to be yourself and not to put up a front.
You don’t need to tell everything about your life, but at least be willing to open up to people and share something about yourself. I highly recommend you come join us.
You will get access to high-quality men for dating and relationships. You are guaranteed to meet someone you like out of more than 1,200 people.
This is my 4th time I have been to Paul’s group. I have found it to be quite helpful. The ways that I was looking for a relationship was not productive. I found this meeting to be very valuable.
What is Big Gay Family Social Program?
Big Gay Family gives you everything you need to avoid Trauma & Narcissism when you meet gay men. You get monthly introductions to educated gay men, step-by-step guidance for how to connect to them, and protection from toxic situations that create hurt and disappointment.
Instead of random interactions, you get a step-by-step process that creates movement of intimacy so that you feel closeness instead of drifting apart.
What is different about Big Gay Family?
Big Gay Family offers the fastest pathway to long-term gay relationships by giving you the structure that carries each relationship forward and the protection from toxic situations so that you can be vulnerable and open with other men.
Instead of a random approach, inside Big Gay Family you get a 3-stage plan for building gay relationships from start to finish. All you have to do is follow the 3 Stages and your relationships grow on their own.
Why are relationships difficult today?
The world has changed radically over the past 10 years. Hookup apps have replaced long-held social norms and are accelerating the Trauma-Cycle.
Today, gay men experience 100's of negative social cues every month including shaming, rejection, objectification, devaluation, disrespect, and ambivalence.
Every hurt is acted out unconsciously as a method for self-awareness and as a process of healing. This is how everyone ends up hurting everyone else even though the initial intention is to love and to date.
This Trauma-Cycle is why relationships today are so difficult. No matter who you meet and how much you initially like each other, it's just a matter of one trigger that creates a walk-away or loss of interest and you are back to the beginning, only this time with more hurt and anxiety.