My girlfriend and I are extremely happy together, but sheÂ toldÂ me that two of her exes had a bigger penis than me.Â Depending on the circumstances, my penis is normally about 5.8-6.2in.
She said her most recent ex wasÂ bigger, at 7in, and theÂ other was maybe an inch longer.Â Iâ€™ve always been self-conscious about it, but this makes me feelÂ worse. For a long time Iâ€™ve wanted to get surgery, but she swears that I amÂ the best sexual partner sheÂ has had. She also says that she and her most recent ex couldnâ€™t have sex in as many positions, because it would be painful. If I want to get surgery, should I? She says that Iâ€™m perfect the way I am and she thinks Iâ€™m the perfect size.
Listen more carefully to your girlfriend. She is telling you that you are â€œperfectâ€, but all you hear is â€œher exâ€™s penis was biggerâ€.
It is common to use half a story to confirm the negative beliefs one has about oneâ€™s self. Work on soothing your male size anxiety and, instead of comparing yourself with others, focus on giving and receiving pleasure.
Unfortunately, pornography movies tend to emphasise size and promote the untrue notion that a huge penis automatically produces greater pleasure for a partner. Donâ€™t buy into this rubbish; it is physiologically unsound.
An intelligent lover who is willing to learn how to please a partner â€“ without even using his penis â€“ will always be the most appreciated.
Pamela Stephenson Connolly is a US-based psychotherapist who specialises in treating sexual disorders.
SOURCE: The Guardian UK