The best Valentine’s Day gift
Giving great gifts isn’t everyone’s forte, and this is never clearer than on Valentine’s Day. Is there anything more awkward than getting a gift that you know would be better suited to the other person?
Despite this, there’s one gift specifically designed for your anatomy that makes the perfect Valentine’s Day present for the special lady in your life. Yes, we’re talking about premature ejaculation treatment.
Turn your dick into the gift that keeps on giving
Move over roses and Belgian chocolate. Prolong is the ultimate Valentine’s Day gift. At first glance, you might mistake it for a discreetly-shaped sex toy. Luckily, Prolong is better than anything you’d find in your average sex shop.
Both Prolong and the Climax Control Training Program work together to provide a permanent solution to PE. Backed by years of research and clinical results, Prolong delivers better duration and performance to give yourself the dick of your dreams (and hers). No weird sprays, pills or pumps required.
You can learn more about Prolong and Climax Control Training here.
While Prolong’s six week training program can shows result after just one week, those gains are long-term— meaning next Valentine’s Day is going to be even better for both you and your partner.
Sharing is caring
Prolong might be made for your physiology, but it’s something that benefits both you and your partner.
Men who experience PE often feel self-conscious about the effect it has on their partner, and might even feel too embarrassed to talk about it at all. This can put a real strain on the relationship.
Starting the conversation about PE with your Valentine might feel awkward, but it will actually help you to feel less embarrassed. PE is a super common problem, so there’s no need to feel ashamed or self-conscious.
In fact, communicating with your partner about PE can greatly reduce any mental stress you might be experiencing (anxiety is often a cause of PE). Plus, who wouldn’t be excited about the prospect of better sex?
The ultimate romantic gesture
Forget cooking skills or a great sense of humour. Having an interest in bettering yourself is by far the most attractive quality any person could possess. There’s nothing sexier than a growth mindset.
When it comes to gifts, it’s always the thought that counts. Giving the gift of PE treatment this Valentine’s Day lets your partner know that you care about her and the relationship.
More importantly, the long-term nature of Climax Control Training means you’re invested in your relationship’s future. What better way to show your commitment than with the promise of improving your future sex life?
Some more tips to make this Valentine’s Day one to remember:
- Make it special. It’s the most romantic day of the year, so show your partner that you’ve put some thought into it. Light candles, sprinkle some rose petals, or at the very least, do the dishes before they come home.
- Don’t forget to gift wrap. We think Prolong’s packaging is pretty great as it is, but it certainly wouldn’t hurt to add a nice ribbon and bow.
- First time talking about PE with your partner? You might be feeling a little nervous, which is totally fine! Be sure to check out our guide on how to have this conversation so you’re prepared.
Investing in your sex life is one of the best things you could do for your relationship. Why not turn your game around this Valentine’s Day with Prolong?
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