How to Deal with Premature Ejaculation
For most men who don’t know how to deal with premature ejaculation, their sex life could be a real pain. Often, sex-related struggles also affect other aspects of life. Studies show that men suffering from PE have inferior quality of life and higher personal distress1. Self-confidence is also lower in men with PE2.
You get it, PE sucks! However, like any condition in life, it’s not because a situation sucks that you can’t make it better. If you suffer from PE, the question is: what will you make of it?
Having the Right Attitude
Before you start thinking about treatments, the best thing you could do is to learn to accept your condition. Premature Ejaculation isn’t as bad as you may think. Depending on your situation, whether you’re single or in a relationship, you may have different concerns. When you adopt the right attitude, you’ll see that PE isn’t as bad as you think.
Premature Ejaculation and Dating
For single men suffering from premature ejaculation, dating could be a challenge. It doesn’t have to be. Learn how to date with premature ejaculation.
Dating and Premature Ejaculation
Premature Ejaculation in a Relationship
For those in a relationship, PE could be a struggle four your couple’s life. You can learn here how to manage PE with your partner in a way that will strengthen your relationship.
How to Overcome Premature Ejaculation
The first step to overcoming premature ejaculation is to learn how to live with PE. By doing so, you’ll be less stressed and more receptive to premature ejaculation treatments. The pages above will help you to adopt a better attitude. Still, no matter how positive you are about your condition, you probably still want to treat it.
Premature Ejaculation Management
On top of the traditional treatments, some management techniques can help you to last longer. It’s a good thing to try those while you’re working on a long-term treatment.
Treatments for Premature Ejaculation
Once you have the right mindset and management techniques in place, you can focus on long-term solutions. Several treatments to PE exists. You can find those on this page.
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