I havn't posted for a long time. I came accross this site by accident using the internet as a last ditch effort (about 2yrs ago) - what a lucky move that was! Suffice it to say that I wasn't a happy camper and this was a massive
problem as far as I was concerned (as was the prospect of feeling like I could be months before my little-man would work; no-mind how long before I would have courage to try use him:-)).
So I started out with the stretching (my fella was completely closed, and this all started out of a sexual encounter (one of my first, at a late age, compared to most) where I felt pain, and later discovered tales of hospitals and breakages and the like; v.scary, v.scared I was.
To cut a long story short(see my previous posts)- I was of little or no experience with women, low in confidence, compeltely freaked out by my "condition" (as I thought of it), completely feeling pissed-off that it had to happen to me (I felt I was bad-enough without this further impedement).
About 2 months I spent, 2-3 times a day for approx' 10 mins, stretching, and I felt sad doing it.
However, it worked completely; I remember going through all the phases, the excitement at getting near full retraction, the cold-sweat panic the first time I got my foreskin caught behind the head....and then...the pride/satisfaction at achieving full, comfortable retraction and a whole new feeling of manhood/sensation. Subsequent to this, my first use in the battlefield (so-to-speak)resulted in no score (if ya get me); again, terrible sweats of panic and self-questioning.
Finally, and just recently, (and following another nil nil draw
), a georgeous girl fell for me and afforded me a re-match; suffice it to say several goals were scored and the feeling of exhuberation is fantastic.
I'm really posting this in extreme thanks to the guys (Jim and Paul, if my memory serves me correctly?). Thanks guys.
I have come full-circle, and feel in a position to offer an opinion of experience.
To all readers going through the early stages: stick with it, the road ahead is frought with self-disgust (if it's not too powerfull a word), but then I feel like it has personally improved my own outlook on life....I believe it is our weakest moments which define us, and sometimes, those very moments which provide us with an edge: a new perspective which many, never get a chance to see!
Between this, and another trial in my life, (where I got a nasty coverage of psoriasis - a terrible skin desease, which I've also overcome, I think, to fitness and health achievements) I feel I have been terribly lucky... if I had never seen these trials I could be a terrible ******* right now; or at least a much bigger ******* than I am now - and I might not even know it?
Worth every minute, it's not the destination but the journey that counts.
Forget the other sites, listen to these two guys, they have your best interest at heart: real 'doctors' whether qualified or not, i don't know.