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  1. 2 points
    Klingsor

    Films

    Anyone want to discuss favorite films or films in general? Can also be television shows, theater, anything related really. I watched Ingmar Bergman’s Magic Flute today; seen it before but it’s truly a great adaptation imo, worth watching again.
  2. 2 points
    Klingsor

    I got a new phone today.

    Thank you @Victimorthecrime good to hear from you. The reason I have the phone is because I worked out a better deal with my carrier, over $30 less a month! My next purchase is a bed...I’m sleeping on the bed I had since college, mattress is over 8 years old and is completely shot. Wish I could claim its due to massive amounts of Olympic sex ha ha. Murder on my back. It’s to the point I have to do something. I’m taking things one bite at a time. Otherwise I’m overwhelmed and defeated.
  3. 1 point
    IrmaJean

    I have a small penis

    I should probably also note that this post was written by Dr. Domback when the forum had different ownership and a different name. The forum community existed as part of a different site that also featured articles. When that site sought to remove the community, some of the members got together and moved it here to mental support community.net. Dr. Schwartz and Dr. Domback didn't come with us to the new forum. I hope I am remembering everything accurately.
  4. 1 point
    IrmaJean

    I have a small penis

    I found this that maybe explains a bit about how this forum started.
  5. 1 point
    Victimorthecrime

    I have a small penis

    I think he was already gone before I got here which is a shame because he was legit and pretty sharp judging from old posts. Back then the forum was lively about a variety of topics. SPS was one of many. Not sure why but I think this type of chat room communication is not very popular because people love the bells & whistles that you get w Reddit or Twitter or whatever. I don’t like the format of either of those. I remember when I first got on-line in 2001 chat rooms and bulletin boards were all the rage on Yahoo, MSN, etc. I like the simplicity and privacy of it but not others do not I guess.
  6. 1 point
    LaLa

    Films

    I heard that people who like movies and series like that also like "Money Heist" very much.
  7. 1 point
    YOTH

    Films

    Great TV show and movie called Gommorah. It's an Italian mafia show but made in Italy rather than the US. It's unbelievably gritty and real. I saw both seasons in a shop for £3 each but I'm so fucking poor I couldn't afford it. I hope one day I look back at that moment and think 'hey, remember that time I was 6 quid too poor to buy something for 6 quid?'
  8. 1 point
    I didn't tak eit personally, but thank you for mentioning it. I know Tom did speak up and was dismissed . I meant not just some individuals occasionally talking about their problems, but many people, explaining these issues as clearly as many of you do here. I had no idea . At the same time, I think this still means they do not know, because they don't really understand; if they did, they would have a very different opinion, approach, and reaction. Yes, I agree. BTW, I once (2 years ago?) e-mailed somewhere (I don't want to mention where, because I don't want to "spoil their image" / "shame them") - to "some" people who make popular YouTube videos about psychology - and I sent them a link to this SPS forum and asked them if they would make a video about this subject. I didn't get any answer. At the same time, I don't think such a video would make a big difference, but still... They probably just didn't know what exactly to say about it, how to present it. (Just BTW: Thank you; I'm glad I give / create such impression. I guess I'm not "too bad" nor "bad in general", yes. But I'd like to be better (kinder, more sensible, ...) in so many ways... Never mind. Sorry for not resisting the "urge" to mention it.) Take care, everyone.
  9. 1 point
    Nurse, hurry up for Christ's sake! This woman needs a normal dose of penis, repeatedly...STAT! A normal dose of penis, repeatedly, twice a day after eating. Do not mix with alcohol or if using heavy machinery. Of course, not to be mistaken with an abnormal dose of penises, repeatedly.
  10. 1 point
    Klingsor

    I got a new phone today.

    First new phone I’ve had in 4 years and second smartphone in my life. How can people be so spoiled and entitled? I felt like a king, like I was a child again opening a present. It’s not even top of the line, just fresh and better for my eyes.
  11. 1 point
    Well, I'm not a mental health expert by trade. My therapist seemed to know what it was given my couple sessions. I've known I had inadequacy issues with my penis size and body (I'm a George Costanza body type) for 30 years+, but I didn't know it had a name. SPS is a type of body dysmorphic disorder and part of the obsessive-compulsive disorder cluster. For me, this mainly has led to dysfunction of interpersonal relationships, i.e., starting and maintaining intimate relationships, and less with overall social avoidance. Severity of mental health disorders of the same ilk and their resultant disabilities are different and unique to the individual. Treatment is with cognitive-behavioral therapy and anti-depressants, such as SSRI's.
  12. 1 point
    It seems to me that it is the lack of awareness caused by the reticence of most men to discuss this topic. I saw several men here mentioning something of the kind that they "couldn't" speak to a therapist about this problem because they "wouldn't be understood"; but how can the mental-health-care community learn about the issue when nobody talks about it (to them or somewhere where they could see / hear it)? Just imagine the world where nobody with some different kind of problem wouldn't speak openly about it, seek help for it etc. - would you expect there being awareness and available (specialized) help? I don't blame the men suffering from SPS. I see that their issue itself prevents them from talking about the issue. At the same time, I feel partially responsible. Because it seems to me that probably the only people who could now create the awareness and advocate for change and better help would be women who, thanks to forums like this one, understand what a huge problem it is for quite many people. Yet, there's another problem: If the woman is married / in a relationship, then such 'advocacy' would lead people to believe she's doing it "for her partner", which would, in this horrible world, as you know, bring a lot of stigma to that partner (even if he wasn't 'small' at all). That's also my problem . Yet, I could do it somehow anonymously. I just don't know how (yet?). I think I should find a way... Any ideas how to do it?
  13. 1 point
    @Toosmallforcomfort Why do you think this problem is ignored or dismissed by the medical community? It affects the lives of many men to the extent that some have committed suicide. Here is how Wikipedia categorizes a disability due to mental illness (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mental_disorder#Signs_and_symptoms) - Personally, SPS has affected all three bullet points of my life (especially occupational functioning), and I don't think I'm exaggerating when I say that most men who post or visit this forum can claim impairment in at least one or two of these criteria. Is it simply lack of awareness? I find this explanation difficult to accept. Or is it due to the reticence most men have discussing this topic openly? Or something else entirely? I'd like your thoughts.
  14. 1 point
    She is a mean spirited human being to say such things. You are entitled to enjoy your sexuality too. What has she done to enhance your sexual satisfaction? Your size is not the “problem”. She seems so self-absorbed that she is incapable of sexual intimacy and wants only physical rubbing or friction. That’s boring as hell being with a woman like that. Oral, digital, anal, etc, are all fun as hell and don’t need a big penis. You can use extending sleeves at times, dildoes, et for additional play fun.
  15. 1 point
    lbaker

    My (Short) Story

    My story is similar in that my flaccid is very very small. But, my erection was only 4.5, so I actually had something noticeable to worry about there too. I don't think any of my partners ever saw me flaccid. That would have been a disaster. Also, I was lucky that I could get blind drunk and still fuck. For some reason, maybe size, no girl ever orgasmed from insertion with me, but I could eat their pussies to orgasm OK.
  16. 0 points
    Renni.cl

    I am the problem

    Hi everyone. It has been a while since I last did one of these. I am writing this because I am having somr problem in my life in general, and today my parents went to my school to talk about it and then they had a long talk with me. Long story short, I am the problem in my life. It is not new, I havw known it for a while. I guess what makes me sad is that I am not accepted because of my personality or my mental dissorders. I dont know what I should do. My parents wont take me to any more therapies and what does one do with problems? One ends them, but how am I going to get rid of the problem if I am the problem? I guess I am back to where i once was, accepting that I have to make myself small in order to not cause any more problems.
  17. 0 points
    @ToosmallforcomfortI was at the pool!!!!! SSRIs (I my case Zoloft) does nothing for me. except causing severe insomnia and problems with my libido. I have yet to meet a therapist where cognitive-behavioural therapy made a difference. Definite no-no's for me.
  18. 0 points
    Tom begged for help. His GP was aware of his size issues and did absolutely nothing about it except the bare minimum of prescribing some loopy pills that made his insomnia 10x worse and regurgitating all that 'motion in the ocean' bollocks. They even begged the mental health team at the hospital for help the night he died but they just laughed, because it's hilarious, it's a funny joke that everyone can have a good giggle about. They're both dead because of that ignorant bullshit, but hey, it's not the medical staff at fault, who doesn't love a good small dick joke? After all, laughter is the best medicine. The mental health care community don't give a flying fuck about SPS, and it is not recognised as a genuine psychosis and it is solely the medical health care professionals at fault, not the person suffering. Ok, so most men dealing with this can't or won't speak about it in public because of the stigma and shame, but don't be fooled, the health 'care' professionals know all about SPS or phallic psychosis (as it should be called) and they ignore it and dismiss it regardless of evidence or first hand testimonies. But you're right, it might be time for compassionate women to protect the men. If more women like yourself who know what we go through actually went out and made people aware of this issue, it could go a long way to finally getting the condition recognised. My rant wasn't aimed at you btw, lala. I know you're a good person, but I think it's a path that would require transparency and honesty rather than anonymity.
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