The Premature Ejaculation Course- Helping You Slow Down by Chantelle Otten

The Premature Ejaculation Course- Helping You Slow Down

PE can be super distressing, but the end of the world?
No way!
This course is for any man who wants to fix their Premature Ejaculation

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Premature Ejaculation (PE), a topic that comes up often for men and their partners. 
It can be super distressing… but doesn't have to be the end of the world. 

At the end of the day, it’s best to try and fix premature ejaculation, so you can have a sense of control of your body.

You can fix your PE all by yourself.  And this course will show you how. 

Let me show you how to overcome Premature Ejaculation in this course!

What is Premature Ejaculation?

A lot of people assume it is when a man ejaculates in under a minute, but it is actually when a man cannot keep himself from ejaculating before he wants to. It is therefore a complex in the brain, and not the penis. 

Premature ejaculation is also different to erectile dysfunction (ED), when a man's penis loses its hardness. But often, PE ties into ED when the man has ejaculated, he loses his erection and doesn't continue the sexual experience. 

This course is not just going to help you manage your PE, but also learn that there is much more to sexuality than just penetration and orgasm. Sex is really about a journey, a journey to connection, satisfaction and pleasure.

Premature ejaculation occurs when a man ejaculates earlier than he intends to. More specifically, three criteria are used to define PE:

  • The time period between penetration and ejaculation (also called the latency period) is shorter than desired
  • Men feel they cannot control when they will ejaculate
  • Men feel distressed about having premature ejaculation

When considering PE, it is helpful to have realistic expectations. Typically, the normal time to ejaculation is between 5 and 7 minutes.

PE is sometimes classified as lifelong (you have always had PE) or acquired (it has come on after having a period of controlled ejaculation time).

As the term suggests, men with lifelong PE have struggled with early ejaculation since their first sexual experience.

This course will explain:

  • Premature Ejaculation, what is it?
  • What is normal?
  • Lifelong or acquired?
  • Other risk factors
  • Does circumcision affect PE?
  • Changes with ages
  • Emotional reactions to sex
  • Myths to bust about PE
  • What is suggested online that DEFINITELY doesn’t work
  • What ACTUALLY works. Let me give you  the recipe
  • Recognising the premonitory sensation (the point just before the ‘point of no return)
  • A home-play schedule to make you and your penis happy. Follow these instructions to get your ejaculation under control 
  • Tips and techniques
  • How to get your partner onboard (if you have a sexual partner)
  • An 8 week challenge
  • What is next?