Why most men don’t talk about PE and why you shouldn’t be like them!

men don’t talk about PE

Premature ejaculation is a condition that brings with it a sort of stigma. People afflicted by it are ashamed of the fact and they choose to not talk about it to anyone, even to their doctors. This is the main reason why finding out how many men face this issue is so difficult. Scientists all over the world openly admit that coming up with exact numbers is really difficult because men simply won’t talk to them about it. Even if complete discretion and and anonymity is guaranteed. This is why it is known as a “silent” epidemic.

The problem is that not talking about this issue will cause it to “fester” inside you and that will only make it get worse and much harder to deal with. What is it that causes this silence though? Let’s take a look at some of the reasons:

1. Most men think it’s irreversible

A lot of men think that once premature ejaculation rears its ugly head, there is nothing that can be done about it. They think that it’s a problem that will stay with them for the rest of their lives and they choose to not talk about it in order to save their face and dignity. In other words, they act just like some people that are diagnosed with terminal diseases: they don’t want people to feel sorry for them.

2. They think that it makes them lesser men

Since most men don’t know how EXTREMELY common early ejaculation issues are, when a man gets affected by a problem of this nature, he assumes that he is one of the very few people that this has happened to. Most men think that this happened because there is something wrong with them. Something that makes them lesser men and that will make other men, and women, laugh at them or pity them. after all, if you can’t satisfy your girlfriend or partner, then it’s time to “turn in your man-card”, right? Which brings us to the next reason.

3. They fear ridicule

Again, since men don’t know how common this problem is, they worry that other men will regard them as freaks. They think that if they talk about this problem with their friends that they will instantly start laughing and making fun of them. Once again, this is caused by the misconception that premature ejaculation is not a common problem.

men don’t talk about PE

Is there any truth to those reasons?

The short answer is of course no.

  • Premature ejaculation is NOT irreversible. It is most commonly caused by psychological factors such as stress and performance anxiety and it can be reversed. All that needs to be done is figuring out the root of the problem and this can only be done by talking to an expert.
  • Premature ejaculation is EXTREMELY common. It is by far the most common that men under the age of 40 face in bed and according to some studies, more than 50% of men will experience premature ejaculation problems at some point in their lives.

Premature ejaculation is a very common problem. There isn’t and there shouldn’t be any sort of stigma associated with it. If you think that you have early ejaculation problems then always remember that you are not the only and by all means TALK ABOUT THEM! No man is ever going to judge you or make fun of you because of this issue, because there is a good chance that tomorrow he will be in your shoes. What you should always remember is that premature ejaculation problems CAN be solved, but you need to find out their cause first. The only way to do that, is by talking about them with experts and even your friends. Don’t be afraid. Don’t be ashamed. Click here to find more.

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