Intimacy Is The Mortar Of Your Marriage

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We have been very busy at The Raleigh Clinic For Men. And it’s a good kind of busy because it has a direct benefit to you and your sex life. All aspects of your sex life.

For the past 3 years, my personal mission has been to help couples have great sex again… and again… and again.

I know how important that connection can be to the depth and sustainability of a relationship. (In my case, my marriage to my wife of 24 years.) It doesn’t matter if that relationship is in marriage or a long-term mate, a new partner you just met and want to go further. It all matters.

Sex is the mortar of a marriage. Just like a brick wall can’t stay up with out mortar a marriage is at risk with out the connection of sex. A hopefully the sex is above average.

Without sex, many men will turn to outlets to get that release and fulfillment. At 48 years old, my desire for sex isn’t like I’m 25. Sure I still want it, and crave it. I want to make sure that when my wife and I do have sex, I can perform and satisfy her. And that’s what she wants as well. I’ll bet your spouse or significant other wants the same.

The sex may not be as frequent or regular, but when it happens I want it to be satisfying.

Risk Factors

There are many risks to our relations when we don’t have sex. We can become irritable, distant or find ourselves online surfing porn. We seek out fulfillment in other ways.

  • Pornography (a big one)
  • Ashley Madison site or similar online sites that offer free hook ups
  • Non-confronting, by doing something other than sex. We may go play golf, play cards with the guys, basically anything so we don’t run the risk of failing in the bedroom
  • Work is another form of non-confront
  • Drinking, sports, you name it

There are others, but you get the idea. Which brings me to my point and the big changes at the clinic. It comes down to one simple word to explain what we do and that word is;

Re-Intimacy

Okay, so we made up the word, but it is everything we do for you. Here is how we define it:

The rekindling of interpersonal, physical and emotional sexual relationships. As we like to call it, having great sex… again.

What does this mean to you? Well, hopefully a new way to look at your sex life.

Over the years, the sex can fizzle and so can our performance. For many men, they just accept it as a way of life. Some women come to accept it as well. As we age, we are supposed to lose our ability to have sex again.

Hogwash.

We are living longer, active longer and our performance shouldn’t have to suffer.

Think about it. My mother gave birth to 6 kids, smoked for 25 years and lived in a world were seat belts were optional until the 1980’s. She is STILL going strong at 83.

Men come into the clinic in their 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. They are not slowing down. In or out of the bedroom.

Re-Intimacy is more. Our medical staff wants you to have…

  • Predictable Performance
  • Increased Drive
  • Improved Appearance

Over the coming days and weeks, you will see us increase our scope of the practice to include everything a man needs to be, well, young again.

It’s more than just erectile dysfunction medications. It’s about you utilizing the science of today to have a more fulfilling sex life for the future.

Thank God we live in a world where advances in medicine allow us to reduce our blood pressure, cholesterol levels and lengthen our lives.

Why not do the same with your sex life, so it can continue for decades to come.

I think great sex is wonderful thing and I’d hate to lose that ability or desire. I don’t want you to lose that ability or desire either. There are very few things in life that are as satisfying as a great night sex.

Don’t just settle. Don’t give up. If you don’t have the results you want now, contact our staff right now (919) 578 -8700. Let’s get you on the road to great sex. Let’s get some mortar in your relationships and a smile on her face.

Guns Up!
Matthew Gillogly
Director
The Raleigh Clinic For Men

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