Stop Premature Ejaculation
Publisher: Dr. Janet Hall
Date: January 2014
Duration: 0 hours 16 minutes
Stop Premature Ejaculation With Hypnosis
Do you want to learn how to last longer in sex before you ejaculate?
Is it embarrassing to suffer from premature ejaculation?
Is it frustrating for both of you when you come too soon?
This recording is a 'How To' guide for men who want to rely on lasting in sex with confidence.
Contrary to popular belief, enhanced sexual performance begins with the brain.You need to stop filling your head with anxious thoughts and reprogram your mind to focus solely on the sexual enjoyment of you and your partner. So that you stop causing self-induced conflict and stress and begin naturally doing what will help you to be a great lover.
You must eradicate the unhealthy thought patterns that are making you sexually challenged. These negative thought patterns (stored in your unconscious mind) must be replaced with "positive thoughts", so that you will automatically do what you need to do without thinking twice about it!
The audio presents hypnotic suggestions to help with rehearsal of successful long-lasting sex and control of negative thoughts to last longer and achieve sensational sex.
(Please note that Dr Jan has another audio called "Achieving and Maintaining Erections".)
So, if you're serious about wanting to spark up your sex life then you need to get a copy of
"Stop Premature Ejaculation" right now!
PLEASE Listen to this recording every day and every night as you go to sleep. The mind can change quickly and sometimes magical and wonderful things are possible very quickly.
Be Persistent, keep listening and you will feel better!
This is one of a series of audios on sexual topics presented by Dr Janet Hall called:
"Dr Janet Hall's Sensational Sex Series".
Dr Janet Hall is a Clinical Psychologist, Hypnotherapist, Author, Speaker and Media Consultant.
Dr Jan authored eight books on family and relationships and recorded over 55 audio-recordings, many of them including hypnotic material. She founded Richmond Hill Psychology in Melbourne, Australia.