It seems that when I write about relationships that I often get questions about sex. And then when I write about sex people want to know how they can keep their relationship long lasting and happy.” Well I hope this post has a little bit of both.
Sex is an important part of a long-term loving relationship. Unfortunately too few places exist where adults can get real information about good, healthy sex. And it sure is true that sex ed in schools doesn’t give any information about how to have good sex.
On the other hand getting all your information from articles in Cosmopolitan or looking at on line porn isn’t any better. That’s why I’m currently writing a series of articles on sexuality. The first one is, “The Science of Premature Ejaculation.”
Do you know what the cycle of sexual intercourse is?
Are you aware that about 30% of men have a problem with Premature Ejaculation (PE) at some time during their lives?
Did you know that men with PE really do want to please their partner and try to last longer?
The usual assumption is that most men with PE are just going for their own pleasure and don’t care about a woman’s feelings and needs. In my experience in working with men who have this problem, I have found that they really want to satisfy the woman in their lives, but don’t know what to do.
In the article I review the basic science of sex and the underlying causes of PE. Just by understanding what is happening, a couple can begin to communicate about this problem and that alone is enough to start making meaningful changes.
By understanding what your partner is experiencing and vice versa, you both can have a deeper, loving and more satisfying sexual connection. In this case, the more you know, the better you do.