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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by sometimesomewhere, Apr 18, 2006.

  1. sometimesomewhere

    sometimesomewhere New Member

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    hi...

    i decided to join.

    "go" me.

    okay... now, i'm 26 and i am married with a beautiful and loving wife. i don't know what's gotten into my head, but for the last year or so, i've been wanting a larger penis. i know from *extensive* research that this is not possible... and honestly, i don't need it. i'm 20.2 cm long and 15 cm around, and i know that's a good bit above average. am i sick for thinking this way? i have been thinking about talking to a therapist about this. i shouldn't be feeling inadequate, because i know full well i am bigger than most guys, but i still feel like crap about my wang. i've never had a complaint from the three women i've been with, except my wife complains that i'm fixated.
     
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    welcome to the forum. nearly every guy wants a bigger penis. congratulations on being normal.
     
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    Welcome. You are indeed bigger than average. But even those who have nothing to worry about sometimes worry anyway. I know I do at times as do many of these other guys. Hang out, read a few posts. Find out what others have to say.

    The title of this board started out as a joke, but these people offer real support and encouragement. There's a site called www.measurection.com for guys with anxieties about their size. You might want to see what they have to say as well.

    You're not alone. I hope we'll see you again around here.
     
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    Welcome to LPSG - It sounds like it may be causing a problem in your relationship, and that your feelings persist despite your realistic perspective on things. In your shoes I would talk to a therapist.
     
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    Welcome and enjoy the group!
     
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    Hey, sometimesomewhere, your newfound forum friends'll facilitate fixing your fixation for you finally.
     
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    that last one is pretty clever!

    thanks for the support. and, i know wanting to be the best at anything (i.e.: the fastest runner, the funniest guy, most talented, biggest wang, etc) is normal, but it shouldn't be.

    *sigh* such is life, you know?

    i think a therapist is probbly the best route to go down right now. that among other things is playing hell with my relationship with my wife right now.
     
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