A Woman's Guide to Male Sexual Issuesby Madeleine Castellanos M.D.
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Ladies, if your guy’s penis could talk, what would it say? Wouldn’t it be great if penises could communicate —honestly and clearly—about their feelings, especially when it comes to issues in the bedroom? Because, as you might have already gathered from personal experience, when a guy has a problem with his “little head,” you’re probably not going to get much out of his “big head.”
This guide was written specifically to help women understand men and their penis problems: erectile disorder, premature ejaculation, porn issues, you name it. Wondering why what goes up keeps coming down? Or why he seems a little quick on the trigger? Or why he’s just not that into sex anymore? Regardless of whether you’re seeing a new guy or in a long-term relationship, male sexual problems can have a big impact on your life, in and out of the bedroom. You worry that you’re to blame, question how he’s feeling, and have a lot of questions about how the problem will affect your relationship together. And you probably wonder what, if anything, you can do to help him.
When it comes to guys and their members, women need to be able to “speak penis.” Enter Madeleine Castellanos, M.D. Madeleine is a physician, a psychiatrist, a sex therapist, and an expert on sexual issues, and she possesses a truly caring, empathetic soul. As a doctor, she knows the facts; as a woman she knows the feelings. You’re in good hands with Madeleine and, more important, after you read this book, your guy’s penis will be in even better hands—yours!
About the Author:
A psychiatrist specializing in sex therapy with couples and individuals, Madeleine M. Castellanos, M.D. is committed to helping others learn about their own sexuality and how to achieve physical and emotional balance in their sex lives. In addition to being an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, she has dedicated her private practice to the specialty of sex therapy and sexology for those couples and individuals wanting to address any difficulties they have in the area of sexuality, or enhance their sex life and their experience of sex. She is a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, the Society for Sex Therapy and Research, and the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health.
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