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According to The Frisky, men tend to worry about the size of their penises.

Media is partly to blame. We are constantly bombarded of messages telling us how important penis size is and how having a big penis is the ultimate symbol of masculinity.

It is this glamorization of big penises that has made a lot of men hate the penis that was given to them by nature. Learning to love you penis – no matter how big or small it is – is important.

A man who truly loves his penis is confident and is not easily affected by talks about the “right” penis size.

Learning to love your penis can also lead to more satisfying romantic and sexual relationships. If you are finding it hard to love your penis for the way it is, then below are some tips on how you can appreciate your penis more.

Stop thinking you’re below average

When it comes to penis size, it is really hard to say what really is normal. This is partially because it is hard to get an honest answer from men about penis size. More often than not, men lie about the size of their penises because they want other people to believe that their penises are bigger than it really is. Again, the tendency to lie is brought about by having an idea that, when it comes to penises, bigger is always better. The truth is, men who perceive their penises to be small most likely have penises that are more average than they think. So stop thinking you’re below average, especially with the lack of reliable data on the average penis size.

Stop comparing yourself to porn stars

One source of penis-envy is porn, particularly the “gifted” male actors who star in porn flicks. If you can’t stop yourself from watching porn then at least keep in mind that the actors you see in such movies are freaks of nature and do not represent the general male population. If you have no plans of entering the porn industry, then you really don’t need to have an 8-inch dick.Porn is not meant to mirror reality. Rather, it is designed to reflect the deepest and wildest fantasies of its audience and that includes having a gigantic penis.

Stop thinking that bigger is always better

Does size matter? Absolutely. But probably not in the way that you think. It is not true that women generally prefer large penises. Many women actually find extra large penises to be intimidating because of the pain that it can cause. And even if you have a micropenis (a medical condition of having a penis that gets no longer than 3 inches when erect), you still should not lose hope of having a satisfying a sex and love life. Keep in mind that the most sensitive part of the vagina is located close to the surface. So even someone with a 2-inch penis can satisfy a woman.

So learn to love your penis no matter how big it is. And as they say, it’s not the size of the boat that matters, it’s the motion in the ocean.

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The History of What It Was Like to Find a Doctor

Once upon a time, finding a great doctor for men was as simple as asking someone you know for a referral.

Your friends, relatives, co-workers, even the nanny was likely to recommend a great doctor for men, and to help get you that much-coveted appointment.

Nowadays, times have definitely changed, and finding a doctor isn’t as simple as locating a reputable and experienced physician in your desired field.

So, how can the average person find the great doctor for men for without moving out of state or changing insurance companies?

The complex system of referrals and coverage that’s issued by your insurance company may limit your ability to choose any doctor.

When you find one that your health care plan will pay for, he may not have any immediate openings for new patients, sending you back to the drawing board.

Everyone needs healthcare, but suddenly, the process has become so much more complicated than simply seeing a doctor when you’re sick.

Much like the dating world, in order to find Doctor Right, you may need to go through a series of Doctor Right-Now’s.

Most people don’t have access to much information about a physician’s history, experience, and education without setting up an appointment to actually meet with him in person.

Although the internet has done a great deal for the cause of freedom of information, the availability of information and references on doctors hasn’t yet caught up to that of other fields.

While you may be able to scour the internet and find references, reviews, and educational details on your plumber or electrician, the chances are slim that you’ll find as much unbiased information on your men doctor.

Looking for a Doctor – The Process

That being said, it always pays to look.

If you’re seriously considering becoming a patient, do a Google search on your doctor; you’ll at least locate information like where he went to school, and unearth papers he’s published.

Medicare has seen a need for a way to distribute information about the doctors within its system, and is hard at work on developing a physician quality reporting initiative.

In addition, more and more physician-related websites are springing up across the internet, particularly those that provide reviews, statistics, and other information on a doctor’s practice.

However, these have met with a host of lawsuits and difficulty in providing only fair and balanced information.

For now, the best way to find a men doctor is the same way it’s always been, through someone you know.

Studies have shown it’s difficult for new patients to get appointments when cold calling physicians, but a recommendation from a trusted friend or another men doctor is going to get your foot in the door.

Where you choose to go from there is totally up to you, but the more information you can find, the better your decision is likely to be.

Your doctor should make the time to discuss this with you and understand that this is something important and embarrassing to you.

If he seems abrupt and you are not getting your questions answered then find another doctor.

When you make an appointment, be truthful of why you are going.

Do not say it for a headache, backache or some other ailment.

This way your doctor can prepare too.

And whatever you do, do not tell the doctor you are there for your brother who was too embarrassed to come!

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