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Whether the Erection is Important?

Under certain conditions, the human body is no different with the machine. Sexual skills not only depend on physical fitness, but also the mind and mental attitude that can be trained.

Graham Masterton in "Wild In Bed Together" saying that sexual peak performance is 10 percent physical ability, 20 percent experience and knowledge, and 60 percent of mental control.

The conscious mind is necessary for erection. However, if a man can train himself, then that is obtained is concentrated for the defense to erect properly. For that, Graham gave a few tips that can be tried.

- Don't be nervous
When making love, do not be too worried about themselves whether or not an erection. You do not have to believe anything to prove masculinity with can not erect. Remember, she actually understands that we can not always erect.


- Don't just think about an erection
Better to just think about how to satisfy a partner. For example, knowing which parts of the pair most like to be touched.

- Invite a Mate
Difficulties should be shared with your partner. Do not apologize and make excuses because it's not your fault alone. This is equal to the task of stimulating your partner before intercourse.

- Don't be Hasty
Do not be hasty to penetrate because of thinking while erection for him not limp anymore. This method is actually only adds to anxiety and increases your chances to limp again.

Even the most serious, to do things in a hurry, you may be able to be premature ejaculation. It would be better you do it slowly and keep thinking how to give pleasure to your partner as possible. Once again, do not focus on erection.
Good luck!

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