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Education: Lessons to Manage Erectile Dysfunction

by Kelly Dawn & Rockie Dale


GENRE: Self-help, Non-fiction



No man likes to see a doctor at the best of times, but when the diagnosis is erectile dysfunction, it can feel like a life sentence.

There was a time not so long ago when talking about erectile dysfunction was taboo and rarely talked about in public. That began to change in the late ’90s, when advertisements for Viagra began to air on TV. Today, the erectile dysfunction business is a multi-billion-dollar industry with great promises and limited advice.

The authors of EDucation are a real-life couple who had to deal with erectile dysfunction early on in their relationship. They found a few books on erectile dysfunction, but they were very clinical in nature, so they wrote their own book filled with practical advice, like whisky dick is real and having a few before the lights go out is a bad idea.

EDucation is a light-hearted, helpful and fun view of erectile dysfunction for men and their partners!

Remember: it’s all in your head!

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EXCERPT: Exclusive Excerpt

What the Hell Just Happened?

The causes of ED can be both physical and psychological. Common physical causes are

increased age, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and alcohol or drug abuse. Psychological symptoms are stress, depression, anxiety, fatigue and, of course, more stress caused by the inability to achieve an erection. In many situations, a man may have both physical and psychological symptoms.

“Whisky Dick” is Real!

A diagnosis of ED is a good time to rethink your bad habits. Smoking, alcohol and substance abuse restrict blood flow, which is critical, as blood needs to flow to the penis for an erection. What’s more important? A shot of whisky or sex? “Whisky Dick” is real—a shot might calm your nerves, but it won’t help you get it up! Whisky is ED’s best friend. If you’re thinking of having a shot of whisky with your erection pill, you’re wasting your money and adding stress. Booze and erection pills do not complement one another.

Get moving!

One healthy practice is to get back to regular exercise. Exercise doesn’t cure ED, but it does increase oxygen and blood flow throughout the body, including the penis. In addition, the body releases chemicals called endorphins during exercise. Endorphins trigger a positive feeling in your brain, which is similar to a morphine high.

Exercise gives you a double-barrel boost—it increases blood flow, which is important, and it gives you a high that can help with depression issues. If you don’t exercise regularly, why not start? Even if you don’t think it will help your ED, it will tone your body and give you a boost of self-esteem that your partner is sure to notice. Confidence goes a long way, in body and mind.

It may also unload some stress, which will help you in the long run. You will hear from us repeatedly that controlling stress is very important,

Positivity chases ED away and negativity brings him back.

Your goal is to kick ED out of the bedroom!

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AUTHOR Bio and Links:

We are Rockie and Kelly, two people in their 50s, who met online after our marriages fell apart. The late 40s and early 50s are a difficult time for many couples, as the kids start to leave home and you wonder what the next chapter holds for you. There may be financial, career, relationship and — in particular — sex issues that suddenly rear their ugly heads.

We spent a long time talking and texting prior to meeting in person, and eventually, as our relationship grew, we were ready for intimacy. He was upfront from the beginning that he suffered from Erectile Dysfunction (ED). His honesty about ED helped us to deal with this and, as our relationship progressed, we found different solutions to improve our sex life. We also discovered that while there is a lot of information available about ED, most of the books on this

topic are very clinical and serious. As time went on and we became better acquainted with ED, we decided that we wanted to take what we had learned and write a book that would be both helpful and humorous in order to help other couples.

You will notice that we have included a song at the beginning of each chapter. We felt the song lyrics had hidden meaning for us, from our point of view of ED. If you are not familiar with these songs, take time to listen to them and see if you can find or make the connection with Erectile Dysfunction.

It is important to note that we are not medical professionals, nor sex therapists, and do not offer a cure. We are here to give you fun and practical advice on how to live with ED and have a fulfilling sex life.

This book is meant for both men and women, whether new to the diagnosis of Erectile Dysfunction, or in the midst of dealing with it—married or otherwise. We hope it helps you find a new normalcy in the bedroom, and that you enjoy our straightforward and unconventional approach!


WEBSITE: Kelly Dawn & Rockie Dale – Authors (

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TWITTER: Kelly Dawn & Rockie Dale (@EDEducationbook) / Twitter

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Posted on November 30, 2021, in Book Tour and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Interesting topic and cover! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  2. I really like the cover and the excerpt.

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  3. Sounds like a good read.

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