Why Men Pull Away From Relationships When They Are Having Personal Problems

Have you ever wondered why men pull away from relationships when they’re having personal problems? Maybe he’s having trouble at work, financial problems, and an illness in the family etc. Whatever the issue, a lot of men will begin to pull away from the woman in their lives when they are facing certain issues.

As a woman, you want to be there for your man when he needs you. The problem is, when a man is facing difficult times in his life he often prefers to be alone. You must not take it personally; men and women are just different. Generally speaking, when a woman has a problem, she wants someone to listen to her. She wants to talk about the things that are bothering her. She doesn’t necessarily want someone to solve the problem for her; she just wants someone to listen. Most men are exactly the opposite. They don’t want to talk about their issues, they just want some time to figure things out and fix it for themselves. That is a big reason why men pu

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Does a Bent Penis Indicate Possible Cancer?

Few things make a man more nervous than the possibility of something seriously wrong with his penis – and things rarely get more serious than cancer. Where penis health is concerned, worry about cancer is way up there. Fortunately, penis cancer is rare, responsible for only about 1% of all cancer cases in men. But that doesn’t decrease its ability to strike fear in a man. And some men may have become especially concerned recently when articles began appearing that seem to link a bent penis to an increased likelihood of contracting cancer.

The study

These articles were largely based on a study published in the medical journal Fertility & Sterility. The data was first presented at the American Society for Reproductive Cancer Scientific Congress.

Entitled “Increased risk of cancer among men with Peyronie’s disease,” the study examined whether there was a clinical link between Peyronie’s disease and genetical

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Do Shockwaves Perk Up Erectile Dysfunction Issues?

“Uh-oh. THAT’S not good.” When erectile dysfunction strikes, a man is apt to panic, and if it becomes a chronic issue, his sex life is going to be severely hampered. Let’s face it, of all penis health issues, this is the one that gives most men the willies, that makes them beg “please don’t let this happen to me.” Fortunately, in recent years medical science has discovered a number of medications, such as sildenafil, which can be a huge help in fighting erectile dysfunction. There also are a number of other still-not-proven erectile dysfunction treatments which show promise, among them the use of shockwaves on the penis.


OK, so let’s get this out of the way: shockwaves have nothing to do with actually “shocking” the penis. In this context, shockwaves refer to sound waves, pulses of acoustic energy, that are directed at the penis.

There have been a number of studies looking a

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Tackling Koro, a False Small Penis Belief

What is a small penis? Opinions vary, but it is now generally accepted that the average human penis size when erect is between 4 and 6 inches. And typically, anything 3 inches or below (when erect) could be considered small. And the vast majority of men – probably about 95% – fall within the 4- to 6inch range, meaning that the number of men with a truly small penis is low. And again, having a small penis does not mean that a man does not perform well in bed, especially if he has good penis health and is skillful with his equipment. But there are some men who suffer from a condition known as koro, a belief (almost always false) that their penis is shrinking and/or that their average or large penis is actually a small penis.


Koro is also known by its medical name, genital retraction syndrome (GRS). Technically, either sex can suffer from GRS, except that in women, there is an irrational fear that their breasts are shrinking. If a man has

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Men’s Health Issues

Men’s health concerns seem to have faded away as women’s health issues have come to the forefront of media and medical attention. Most men take their men’s health concerns seriously only when they become too ill to work or in too much pain to ignore a problem any longer.

The health of men and potential problems are numerous and just as serious as many women’s health problems and require yearly doctor checkups as well. Mens health concerns are often overlooked and some are discovered too late to provide assistance or care for and it simply does not have to be that way.

Men and women’s health concerns share a top contender for the cause of death for both men and women and is heart disease. If a man or even a woman changes their lifestyle and makes the necessary visits to their physician, heart disease can be detected and even prevented.

Health can improve with lifestyle changes including eliminating smoking and alcohol from daily life

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