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Is Small Manhood Syndrome Affecting Your Romantic life?

Author: John Dugan
by John Dugan
Posted: Nov 18, 2019

It’s no surprise that modern society places an enormous emphasis on manhood size, and that the man with a small manhood may feel intense pressure and anxiety because he doesn’t "stack up" to his bigger brethren. Naturally, this can have a big effect on the quality of his romantic life and may also create worries about his overall manhood health. But what’s interesting is that many men suffer from small manhood syndrome even when they have a piece of equipment that is of a perfectly adequate size.

Small manhood syndrome

There’s no doubt about it: members come in many different sizes. Some are big, some are average and some, inevitably are small. But the vast majority of men possess members that are of sufficient size to function properly and provide pleasure both for themselves and their partners. When a man has a manhood of a perfectly reasonable size yet still thinks (or fears) that it is too small, he is said to suffer from small manhood syndrome.

Small manhood syndrome is classified as a body dysmorphic disorder and is therefore considered psychological in nature. As such, it can in extreme cases have serious consequences. For example, some men with small manhood syndrome may experience depression, extreme anxiety, social isolation, occupational functioning and, of course, male dysfunction.

Women vs. men

In popular culture (and even more so in adult film culture), the size of a man’s manhood is directly associated with his masculinity and his potency. It’s automatically assumed that the bigger a man’s manhood, the more satisfying he is in bed and the more effective he is as a leader. The facts demonstrate that this is not true, but the myth stubbornly persists.

It’s interesting to look at how women feel about the members of the men with which they have relations. In one survey, 85% of women reported being very satisfied with how big their partner’s manhood was. In the same survey, only 55% of the men were satisfied. So much of the "disconnect" between perception and reality occurs on the male side.

What to do

Men with small manhood syndrome could benefit from working with a mental health professional to relieve the stress and anxiety that they may feel and to come up with strategies to view their manhood in a more realistic light. Among the possible avenues that can be explored are:

  • Cognitive therapy, which teaches a person to look at and judge a situation in a manner that conforms to the facts, rather than to misperceptions or incorrect views. This is especially important in understanding that one’s manhood size is in fact normal.
  • Comparative options. Many men are subconsciously influenced by viewing adult films in which the participants possess abnormally large members. It may help men to view websites in which "typical" men’s members are available for perspective. In some cases, a man may benefit from participating in a live event (such as a manual stroking club) in which normal members are on view for accurate comparison.

Taking pride in the organ. A man with small manhood syndrome needs to take pride in his manhood (which will in turn help his romantic life). While part of that pride is in recognizing the manhood size to be worthy of respect, it also requires keeping the manhood healthy and in good shape. Regular use of a first rate manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) can be a tremendous aid in achieving that goal. When a man pampers his manhood with a crème loaded with beneficial vitamins and nutrients, the results are impressive. For example, a crème with vitamin C provides needed collagen production support for the manhood, which in turn encourages smoothly elastic manhood skin and improves male function. A crème that also contains alpha lipoic acid is adding a powerful antioxidant to the mix, battling the free radicals that cause oxidative stress and damage manhood skin; healthier manhood skin is a source of pride and pleasure for all men, and important in a man’s acceptance of his organ as a thing of beauty.

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