There seem to be no end to the "authoritative" explanations and "guaranteed" easy treatments for erectile dysfunction (ED). Since the so-called Viagra revolution, conventional wisdom holds that the problem can be fixed simply by taking a pill. The truth of the matter is, though, that ED is often a complex condition affected by physical, psychological, relationship issues - and it's a problem shared by both a man and his partner. This book is the first ever to address this common problem using a comprehensive biological, psychological, and social approach. It offers a proven-effective program for regaining erectile function, building strong and intimate relationships, and having great sex.
With this book:
- Learn to separate the facts from the myths about ED
- Find out which medicines and medical treatments really work, and how to integrate them into your sexual relationship
- Understand and change the important personal and relationship features of your ED
- Team up with your partner to develop your own unique sexual style
- Learn how to integrate medical, psychological, relationship, and lovemaking skills for great sex
Barry McCarthy, PH.D., is a clinical psychologist with a subspecialty in marriage and sex therapy practicing at the Washington Psychological Center in Washington DC. He is professor of psychology at American University where he teaches an undergraduate human sexual behavior course. Barry, with his wife Emily, has written seven well-respected books, the most recent being Sexual Awareness: Couple Sexuality for the Twenty-First Century and Rekindling Desire: A Step By Step Program to Help Low-Sex and No-Sex Marriages. In addition, he has published over fifty-five professional articles and fourteen books and has presented over one hundred and ten workshops nationally and internationally.
Michael E. Metz, Ph.D., is a leading expert in premature ejaculation. He has been treating people for the disorder for over twenty years and has published more than forty professional articles on the subject
1 soft covered book, 166 pages.