Thinking small (psychological barriers?)
Those of us who have had success love to tell how great it is to have a bigger dick. But I find from time to time my unconscious mind still struggles with it, as if I’m still programmed to “think small.” For example, I’ll get out of a warm bed in the morning and be shocked at my “obscenely” long hanging cock in the mirror. I’ll feel like saying “oh my god” out loud (actually have occasionally…in any case, within moments it shrinks an inch or so, probably just from my being up and moving around).
A corollary to this is the disappointment of pulling it out to pee and thinking “it’s so small” in the mirror, only to compare it to a discarded toilet paper tube and realize, no, it’s actually longer than that same tube that used to dwarf it.
Here are some other examples:
- feeling something warm on your thigh when driving and thinking “what’s that doing over there?” (the head of my penis could never even reach my leg before - driving, I was only aware of my penis when it turtled)
- almost wishing your penis wasn’t so “obscenely” visible through “nice” trousers
- being startled awake at night when your hand in your crotch connects with what must be “some other guy’s” dick?
- feeling and measuring obsessively because you can’t completely accept the gains are for real?
I know it’s sounds like I’m completely hung up, and certainly my early upbringing was not one of celebrating your body. Just curious if others have similar body image and perception issues, how they manifest and what, if anything, you do to deal with them…and the big question, do you think such unconscious mental conflicts are holding back your gains?