One night soon after they started dating, she told her friends at Book Club that she’d won the multimillion dollar “Powerball of Cock”. There was something about her new bf’s body (and what he did with it) that drove her wild in the bedroom. The act of intercourse wasn’t usually her thing, but with this guy it was different. He was all that and a bag of chips.
The morning after Book Club, she was a little embarrassed about how much she’d divulged. When it came to sex, she wasn’t the biggest talker in the room. But, Book Club was a place for secrets.
The next month, her Book Club friends asked about her sex life. Things were still going well with him and she laughed as she remembered their recent romp. There was something about the way he filled her when they made love. She was so ready. And he felt so good moving inside of her.
By the next spring, teasing her about him had become quite the thing. It hadn’t bothered her when things were going well, but now something different was happening. Over the holidays, he’d started having problems with his erections. Maybe it was stress. His ex was in town and he had a big project due at work. He didn’t have problems all the time, but sometimes he got soft during sex or when she went down on him.
She wondered if it was something about her. What was wrong? Was he not turned on anymore? Had she lost her sex appeal?
They weren’t alone in this situation. The fantasy of a cock that’s 2 foot long, hard as steel (and can go all night) is just that - a fantasy. Problems with erections are widespread - even in very young couples. And for most of us, when erections stop feeling easy and reliable, sex is challenging.
I get referrals from urologists about men who have erectile concerns despite very healthy levels of testosterone and no other medical concerns. Many of these men deeply desire to please their partners with a satisfying erection. They’ve often used the ED meds without consistent success. I tell them that an erect penis is a relaxed penis and that stress is the enemy of great sex.
If this sounds familiar, follow these steps and make things better.
What to do when you’re having problems with erections:
What to do when your partner’s having erection problems:
Is this a problem for you or for someone you love? If so, please get on my calendar. Let’s have a conversation.
There are lots of things I can offer that might help you including a new opportunity to experience erotic hypnosis with me. This stuff is impo(r)tant.
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