Understanding Premature Ejaculation: A Guide to Dealing with PE in Relationships

Understanding Premature Ejaculation: When you experience the sight of a preemie for the first time you feel a mixture of emotions shock, disbelief, disappointment, and somehow a sense of relief. You are relieved the events that have just transpired didn’t happen at a different stage. Some confusion and anger will set in, and you may even begin to blame yourself.

Premature Ejaculation can happen to the best of ‘em. According to Masters and Johnson 1 in 3 men will suffer from it at some point in their sexual life. There isn’t one factor that causes it to happen. Each male who suffers does so for the different reasons. A number of things could be the culprit. Infrequent intercourse, infidelity, stress, lack of confidence, anxiety, too much or lack of stimulation to name a few.

It’s going to take some patience on your part. If you’re into learning and teaching a lover, your preemie may need some guidance and tutoring. But if you’re the impatient type and need someone stamina trained and ready, you both may have your work cut out for you.

Before you rush him out the door, delete him on Facebook, change your phone number, and trash talk him give him the benefit of the doubt. Remember each guy is different. It will require some trial and error. The success rates will depend on the length of time you’re willing to invest on this guy and his cooperation, for some men may require months of training.

If you’re ready to help, work some of these suggestions or control techniques into the agenda.

  • Desensitizing Condoms
  • Time in a Bottle Prolonging Cream
  • Kegel Exercises
  • Withdrawal
  • Meditation, Relaxation, Hypnosis, or Distraction Techniques
  • Change positions (like girl on top, doggy, or side-by-side)
  • C-rings
  • Medication (SSRIs)

If he isn’t taking the condition seriously you may want let him drop out now and find yourself a graduate! Your preemie’s growing failure rate could be a compatibility thing. He may not care to listen to your instructions. So what if he comes in 60 seconds he got off. And now he’s flaccid and snoozing while you’re pissed off and looking for alternate devices. Maybe you’re lesson plan is too complicated for this preemie. He probably needs a PE specialist he clicks with to help him move to the head of class. And you, you need that eager fella who sits up front and always rises to the occasion, which pleases you both! No extra commitments just pure bliss.

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