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Be the man you deserve to be – ED Management Guide

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Hi, I’m Neal*, and the story I’m going to share with you today is incredibly painful and embarrassing…but only knowing that I can help you, I will continue …

It’s a man`s problem, isn’t it? Certainly, it is. But it’s a woman’s despair, especially because very often there is much more lost than just the obvious.

Women have four different reactions to a man’s impotence, says Margaret Ramagei , a sexual relationship therapist. First is a feeling that she is not attractive enough or sexy enough. Second is a suspicion, the conviction that her partner must be having an affair. The third is the feeling of relief if the woman never enjoyed sex in the first place. "Sometimes it can be a relief for both partners. “And the fourth is the fear that there’s something seriously wrong with her man – which he must have diabetes, or working too hard.

But before I continue, I know you’re probably extremely curious about who I am and how I know what I know.

Like I told you already. My name is Neal Mattson*, and I am one of the thousands of men on this planet that fought with erectile dysfunction issues.

Before telling you the most painful story of my life, let me ask you, how much it freak you out those questions:

Those were my wife questions for a long time, questions I didn’t even realized that she put herself…

It wasn’t easy …when erectile dysfunction (ED) gradually began affecting me and my marriage; I was totally on my own. I didn’t know anyone with this condition, had nowhere to go, and no one to ask for help.

Nearly all men have periods of impotence after age. With long- term problems it has been found that many cases of E.D. have a medical basis, so partners are often right to worry that their men are ill.

It has to do with the way my erectile dysfunction shamed, humiliated and almost ruined my entire marriage and life.

I would like to say it is my wife`s fault, and I don’t have anything to do with this …but it isn’t possible…

My life is complicated, but I will try to describe it as best I can …What thoughts consume me every day …

And more importantly in those pages, I will show you how I managed my E.D…without bump me up with pills, testosterone treatments …because …

Are you in the same situation? Believe me, my friend I know how you feel this is why you should stick with me for the next minutes …

It’s not mental (so the next person who claims it’s “all in your head,” you can tell them to shut up) …

When you take those pills, you risk your life…since almost 1,000 people die every year from heart attacks after taking Viagraii.

After applying this method for yourself, you’ll begin experiencing the most powerful, full, and long lasting erections of your life – no matter what age you are, and whether you struggle with full-blown E.D., or just want to add a surge of vitality to your sex life.

I used to be just like you, and I thought the only viable way to address my E.D. was by paying thousands of dollars per year to drugs …

So, all I ask right now is that you stick with me for the next few minutes as I will give you the way to manage with ED troubles…

Jennifer* and I were perfect, I thought. We might not have the most passionate relationship in the world…but we were compatible, like best friends.

And I figured that’s what matters. The passion always fades in a relationship, but companionship is forever, right?

Indeed, we were never sexually active, but I always thought that this is normal in a relationship, so I didn’t put too much thought into it.

In retrospect, my ED clues started in 2009, though I wasn’t sure then that something was wrong. Occasionally, I wondered – but was scared to do anything.

I noticed that my wife`s behavior changed in the past few months, which was very bothersome considering we went from a close relationship to acting as two strangers.

I remember it was a rainy day in October 2010, when I decided to go home early and to surprise her with a big bouquet of roses – white were her favorites – and a bottle of champagne to celebrate our 3 marriage years.

I entered the house with a big smile on my lips, when I found Jennifer* sitting on the couch crying. In the first moment, I got scared to see her like this, but I strengthened myself, and I approached her.

I wanted to take her in my arms, but she rejected me and started to accuse me that I was cheating on her.

I’ve caught her arm and forced her to look into my eyes and to tell me what the hell is wrong with her.

“You put a password on your personal phone and for a while, you were cold with me. I feel as I do not exist anymore. Lately, you were guarding both your phone and your computer a lot more. You typed and clicked furiously while the screen was pointed away from me but the second I’d walk up next to you, you switched to Netflix or something like that. I also noticed that you became much less physically affectionate with me. To me, everything pointed to infidelity. I’ve never been cheated on before (to my knowledge) so I could have been over paranoid, but I don’t think it was illogical to assume that something shady was going on behind my back?”

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