Overcoming Premature Ejaculation
Overcoming Premature Ejaculation

Ian KernerIan Kerner, Ph.D, is a sex and relationships counselor and New York Times best-selling author of numerous books for Harper Collins, including She Comes First and Love in the Time of Colic. His journey to counseling grew out of his own personal battle with sexual dysfunction and his desire to help others. Ian is a contributor to NBC TODAY, amongst others.

Overcoming Premature Ejaculation: About this eBook by Ian Kerner, Ph.D.
Price: $5.95, Pages: 150, with illustrations

About this eBook

From the New York Times best-selling author of She Comes First arrives the definitive guide to managing premature ejaculation - a book that could save your sex life!

Do you suffer from PE?

  1. Are you unable to control when you ejaculate?
  2. Does your ejaculation occur within a minute or less of starting intercourse or even during foreplay?
  3. Have you tried various methods to help with premature ejaculation, only to have your hopes dashed?
  4. Do you avoid intimate situations because they could lead to premature ejaculation--so why even bother?
  5. Do the words "stop-start" and "squeeze" make you want to scream? Do you need help with your PE?

If you answered "yes" to these questions, you could have chronic PE -- and you're not alone. Premature ejaculation is the most common type of sexual dysfunction a man can have, with many experts estimating that up to 30 percent of all men suffer from it.

But most premature ejaculators are living lives of quiet desperation. Author and sex therapist, Ian Kerner, knows this from personal experience. "I know what it's like to suffer from premature ejaculation and feel like a sexual cripple. I know what it's like to give up hope and stop seeking help. And that's why this book is so important. Because there is help."

For years premature ejaculators have been told over and over again that they could solve their problem with two simple techniques - "stop-start" and "squeeze." But this couldn't be farther from the truth. Writes Kerner, "There was such a gap between the advice and its actual effectiveness that it has amounted to a giant self-perpetuating lie."

But now, with new research and a new scientific understanding of premature ejaculation, comes new techniques and new approaches. The program detailed in this book combines the best of behavioral, medical, and interpersonal modalities.

While we can't cure PE - because there frankly is no cure (and anyone who tells you otherwise is lying) - we can learn to manage and ultimately "overcome" it.

About this author



Ian Kerner, Ph.D, is a sex and relationships counselor and New York Times best-selling author of numerous books for Harper Collins, including She Comes First and Love in the Time of Colic. His journey to counseling grew out of his own personal battle with sexual dysfunction and his desire to help others. He often addresses issues that are common to the "American bedroom" but nonetheless lead to lives of quiet desperation. Ian is a contributor to NBC TODAY, amongst others, and lives his wife and two boys in New York City where he maintains a private practice.

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