unhappy couple having conflict in bed at home

How do I overcome premature ejaculation, a situation whereby I reach orgasm and ejaculate sometimes within one minute or two minutes of penetration, thereby leaving my partner not satisfied?


  • Michael Castleman says:

    Premature ejaculation is maddening—BUT it’s usually pretty easy to cure. Just purchase my e-booklet The Cure for Premature Ejaculation, which presents a do-it-yourself version of the program sex therapists have developed to deal with this very common problem. If you and your girlfriend work through the program, there’s a 90 percent chance that you can learn to last as long as you’d like within a few months.

    However, for most couples, how long men last has little impact on the woman’s satisfaction. Most women enjoy the special closeness of vaginal intercourse, but you may be surprised to learn that only 25% of women are consistently orgasmic as a result of intercourse—no matter how long it lasts. Women’s orgasm trigger is the clitoris, the little nub that sits outside the vagina and a few inches about it under the top junction of the vaginal lips. Intercourse—even extended intercourse—doesn’t provide enough direct clitoral stimulation to bring most women to orgasm. Most women need direct, gentle clitoral caressing by hand, mouth, or sex toy.

    I’m confident that the e-booklet can help you learn to last as long as you’d like. But as you celebrate your new ejaculatory control, remember that her satisfaction depends less on your penis than on your willingness to provide her with direct clitoral stimulation.

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