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Premature Edacutaion & Orgasm for Partner


Posted by ryan

I am a 26 year old men.

I face premature edacuation and not able to get orgasm for my partner.Its really frustating for both of us.

I have read lot of articles but nothing is really helping us out.

Can you please suggest something.

 
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I will mention two practices to get you pointed in the right direction, which is up :)

 

First drop the goal of getting to orgasm and stop holding yourself responsible for your partner’s orgasms. She is responsible for her own pleasure and orgasms. Not that you are irrelevant; far from it, but ultimately she must learn how to have orgasms; you can’t do it for her. Shifting your attitude this way, tends to remove the requirement for you to perform, a common cause of both premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction (failure to maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse.

 

Replace the goal orientation with a pleasure orientation. Learn to be fully present from moment to moment, so that every touch, every shared breath, every connection with your eyes is full, rich, satisfying, delightful, and sufficient unto itself. With the goal orientation all of these other things are reduced to merely being stepping stones to get somewhere else (e.g., to orgasm) and they lose their value and are robbed of the pleasure naturally inherent in them.

 

Second, practice PC squeezing, by tightening the muscles in the genital area as if you were stopping the flow of urine mid-stream. Hold the squeeze for perhaps 5-8 seconds, then relax. Work up to doing about 100 such squeezes per day. Over the course of approximately 4 weeks you will strengthen those muscles so the next time you are close to ejaculation you can tighten them and typically this enables a man to delay his ejaculation response.

 

Get a copy of our ebook, Voluntary Ejaculation which provides detailed step-by-step instructions for successfully delaying ejaculation as long as you (or your lover) want.


 

 

Al Link and Pala Copeland

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