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The Checkup: Dealing With Erectile Dysfunction

January 13th, 2012

Before we get into today’s post, some context…

Not even two weeks have gone by in the new year and a lot of positive things have been happening with this blog. One of them is a recent content partnership I have developed with a brand new website called “The Checkup: With Dr. Harry Fisch” (http://thecheckup.com/).

“The Checkup” is a website devoted to one of the subjects I am most passionate about: Men’s Health. Dr. Fisch is one of the nation’s leaders in the diagnosis and treatment of men’s health issues, so when he and “The Checkup” managing editor Althea Fung asked if I wanted to be a part of their latest endeavor, I did not hesitate to say yes.

The way my partnership works is once a week, I post a topic of my choosing (and their approval) exclusively on their site. On this site, I will include a brief excerpt of the post running on “The Checkup” and provide a link to read it in its entirety.

From this partnership, some really good opportunities are in development, which I will divulge as soon as things becomes more concrete. I want to thank Althea and Dr. Fisch, as well as my business partner and brother from another, Jermaine. They’re the people who helped put this all together.

If you notice, I have turned comments off here, which will be a regular thing for these posts. My way of encouraging you folks to comment on “The Checkup” should you feel the need.

Now without further ado, a brief excerpt from my debut post on “The Checkup” followed by a link for you to read in its entirety.

Bedroom Woes: Dealing With Erectile Dysfunction

When I first started having sex, only two things concerned me: My size and my stamina.

It didn’t matter how many women called me Big Papi Longstrong or Mr. Allnight, every new partner gave me reason to worry that after we were done, my new first and last name would be Short Stop. This was back in college, when I lacked confidence, experience, and the good sense to worry about more important things when I sleep with someone new, like what their last name is and when’s the last time they were tested for STDs. But eventually I graduated, literally from college and figuratively from such mundane thoughts.

Click here to read what happened next

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