Premature Ejaculation – Don’t Cry over Spilt Milk

The Best Ways to Prevent Premature Ejaculation

How to handle premature ejaculation? Most men across the world go through this phase at some point of time, and usually end up frustrated or preferring a self-job over making love! Are you one of them? Here’s how you can deal with it.

If you’re one of those men where the transition from a hard-on to a flubber takes place within minutes, don’t fret. Now you can let the world, and most of all, your woman, know that you can last all night long. The Huggable Understanding Guy tells you a few secrets to help you hold your head up high.

You have a hard time finding the girl of your dreams. You find it harder to approach her. It’s really hard to get her to start going out with you. The hardest part is to go out with her long enough to take her to bed with you. And finally, after so many heart stopping and nail biting moments, you slip into bed with her and prepare yourself to make love like never before.

But barely a few minutes into the sheets and your manhood goes limp! You’re satisfied but she didn’t really feel a thing. I mean, she’s still in bed wondering if you’re actually done with the foreplay! You’ve always boasted about your cannon, but well, she didn’t even feel the spark of the match stick. The same thing happens the next day, and then the next… she starts to get bored or irritated, and you begin to dread the thought of getting into bed with her.

There were so many obstacles and hurdles you had to cross for this one special moment between the sheets and you’re let down. And obviously, so is she. This is when you have to accept that either she needs someone who’s more of a man, or that you’re hardly man enough. It may not be your fault either, because it’s all about who takes longer. If she reaches for the sky before you spray your hose, life is good. Other men are kept out of the bedroom. So even if you last just under five minutes and she calls out to God and tells Him that she’s on her way in two minutes, then your short endurance is overlooked, until you start looking out.

But if you last for a few minutes and she needs a man who’ll last a whole hour or if she has anorgasmia, which means that she might take a long time to reach climax (around three hours!!) then there are some drastic measures that have to be taken. But the first thing you have to realize is that you have a problem with premature ejaculation. Premature ejaculation is the condition wherein the male ejaculates prior to the wishes of both partners. If you face this problem, don’t fret because almost forty percent of males suffer from this problem. It’s how you tackle it, and overcome this problem that matters the most.

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  • Robin

    I think the first step to dealing with ED is to stop focusing so much on having an orgasm.
    If people had sex to enjoy each other without so much of an “eyes on the prize” mentality, the whole issue of ED wouln’t exist. One of my ex-boyfriends had some ED but we handled it by playing more and not caring about whether or not we had an orgasm. And ladies, playing with a guy’s testicles while ignoring his ‘man’ for a while might bring an erection real quick. It’s about not loosing your patience and bringing an attitude of play to the whole thing.

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  • Jay

    I think I speak for many men out there when I say that none of these gimmicks work, and that sex is stuck in a zero to 60 rut which just makes it completely unenjoyable. I actually dread the moment where a relationship advances to sex and have considered just staying single permanently as a result of PE.

  • Jack

    I have to say, the phrasing here is gynocentric and pathologizing (sorry for the college words) to the point of … being a bit offensive. You do not have a disorder or problem with you, inherently, if you cum fast. That’s your perfectly amoral, neutral state of being, and, in a responsible, mature relationship, the “problem” is that both people may not end up satisfied, and in an immature relationship, the “problem” is that of the slower cummer (of either gender) and their judgmental or egocentric attitude.

    I’m here cause I want to work on this for the satisfaction of my partner. If I were less considerate, I’d consider my “problem” to be keeping people interested while I cum in them, but that’s a terribly selfish attitude. I see the slower-finishing/often female version of that poor attitude exemplified in the subtle allusions to a DSM-V entry in describing men who orgasm quickly. Watch that. You guys are obviously aware that self-esteem issues surround this subject; treating like it’s objectively a problem as opposed to subjectively is… not very responsible. I doubt there’s radfem-level malicious intent, hence my even bothering to comment out of respect for the intelligence and integrity of the writers… but these could be better written with thoughts like this perspective in mind.