Erectile Dysfunction Solutions Mp3

There is probably nothing as horrifying for a man when a woman says, It’s ok, …really.”


What men are prone to think when they have ED

“If I can’t have normal sex with my wife, I’m a failure as a man and lover. I feel like a real loser and I can’t stop thinking about the problem.”

Men who equate sexual satisfaction solely with performance may think of themselves as failures. This problem causes a lapse of confidence and a crisis in self-esteem. Men commonly report that the problem occupies a lot of their mental energy and that they can’t seem to stop thinking about their problem.

Part of the reason for this is being able to procreate is an evolutionary design and it strikes the core of a man to not function in this area. It is a huge fear and it is hard wired into the conscious and subconscious of men.

“If I show her affection, she’ll want to have intercourse and then what?”

Men with erectile difficulties tend to emotionally and physically withdraw from their partners. They fear that any physical affection will precipitate a request or desire for intercourse from their mates and remind them of their inability to achieve an erection. Compounding the problem, women may also cease being affectionate.

“Something must be wrong with me. I feel that I have no control over my own body and now that sex is out, I’m lonely. She won’t touch me anymore.”

Many men, especially older ones, think that it is inappropriate to need nurture and affection. So, they frequently do without the warmth, comfort and emotional support often more available to women. It is frequently considered inappropriate for a man to admit that he needs a hug and someone to hold him. When a man cannot perform intercourse and satisfy his own(and his partner’s)sexual needs, he feels emasculated, devastated and very much alone.

“If I can’t meet her sexual needs, she will leave me.”

Men, too, share fears of abandonment. Younger men, particularly, feel vulnerable and concerned that their partner will seek a new, more fulfilling, less problematic relationship. To some extent their fears are realistic. A younger woman may want to have an active sexual life and over a long period of time be less patient and supportive.

“Before I developed my erectile problem, I found my partner sexually stimulating. Not any more. The thrill is gone. I wonder if I’ve fallen out of love? She just doesn’t appeal to me anymore.”


I have a series of interviews that are designed to give you the information you need to get past this issue and have a fulfilling sex life again.

Thanks to some wonderful men who share the issue of Ed and are willing to talk to me and have the conversations recorded all men can come out winners.


Interview one:


Doug is in his 40’s and has intermittent ED at different times and seeks help with his problems. 40 minutes of tips and tools to assist getting him back to where he needs to be.

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