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Understanding Premature Ejaculation

Is Premature Ejaculation Always a Bad Thing?

When people talk about premature ejaculation they focus on the negative aspects of it. It’s understandable because it’s something which causes a lot of pain and frustration in people’s lives. These things shouldn’t always be dwelled upon, though. Being stuck with this condition doesn’t have to mean any desire to have a normal sexual lifestyle is over. There are things people can do to overcome the restrictions put in place by this problem.

A Breakdown of the Condition

Nobody really knows why this condition arises. There are a variety of different theories surrounding it, but the basic reasons which most people agree on are:

  • Anxiety. This is caused for a number of reasons, but generally it’s caused by the muscles weakening, which leads to a lack of control over the ejaculation reflex.
  • Bad sexual experiences. People lose control and become anxious if they’ve had terrible experiences in the past. Traumatic experiences in the bedroom vary significantly for people.

Premature ejaculation is characterized by ejaculating within two minutes of penetrating the vagina more than 50% of the time. This stipulation on ‘50% of the time’ is there because most men suffer from premature ejaculation at least once during their lives.

Understanding Partners

Finding somebody who understands the problem is the best case scenario. Not every woman in the world is put off because they are with somebody who has a problem controlling how quickly they ejaculate. On the contrary, many women prioritize personality over what happens in the bedroom. As long as men are willing to try to control their issues there’s nothing stopping them from enjoying warm and healthy relationships with their partner.

Alternative Satisfaction

This condition isn’t a problem for men because they are pleasuring themselves regardless of when they ejaculate. The reason it impacts so many men in a negative fashion is because they aren’t managing to pleasure their partner. If they aren’t satisfied, they often become disillusioned with the state of the relationship and begin to move on. Men who experience this feel the full disadvantages of the condition as it leads to anxiety, aversion to new relationships, and depression in the future.

When nothing works... coping with horrible sex

by cautiously_yours

Need some advice from the talented minds of CL.
I have been in a relationship for 6 months with a guy that i was friends with for several years before crossing the threshhold.
Everything in our relationship syncs with ease... except for sex.
Because we have such an unbalanced sex life, i am losing my attraction for him! We struggle with the fact that he is obese, has little stamina, and premature ejaculation.
I have remained as optimistic as i can, encouraging and on board for trying and introducing new positions, aids, ideas, etc.

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