Overcome Premature Ejaculation

by John Mathews

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Synopsis

Premature Ejaculation or commonly known, PE, affects approximately 33% to 40% of the men all over the world at some point time in their life. Nearly 35% of US men is suffering from this problem. PE is known as a personal issue for most of the men because it is naturally embracing; most men attempt to be successful and mannish in bed; PREMATURE EJACULATION prevents individuals from completing these aims. Similarly, the majority of people do not prefer to tell their friends of these sexual troubles, so techniques and guidelines on how to improve as well as properly deal with PE are not discussed. This specific descriptive along with well-structured process is basically different from classic sex therapy and modern sexual treatments. Centered on the particular management about sexual exhilaration, it allows couples to prolong the duration of intercourse and not having to interrupt their lovemaking as well as resort to relief medication. The program’s sexological solution also encourages couples with all the skills and even knowledge to fortify their intimate relationships leading to a healthier relationship. Also, find some tips regarding foods that contain aphrodisiacs to boost your libido. Overall, you will certainly find a solution to your problem.

Knowledge Elements

Reading Intent

Purpose: Reference book
Reader's Existing Knowledge: Beginner (introduction)
Target Audience Age/Stage of Life: Adult only (erotic)

Example Forms

Author's Personal Anecdotes: Some
Citations: None
Examples and Case Studies: None
Exercises and Reader Questions: No questions or exercises

Writing Style

Humor: Just a bit of fun or humor
Narrative: Second person (instructive)

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About the author

John Mathews

I am a psychologist, practicing for so many years. I have seen many a cases of personal depression related to sexual difficulties, most of them are just psychological, may be some of them are physiological, and there may be chances of psychosomatic too, anyway most of them are curable, that's what I am trying to.