How to Live with a Huge Penis: Advice, Meditations, and Wisdom for Men Who Have Too Much

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Quirk Books, 2009 - Humor - 128 pages
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Is Bigger Really Better?
 
Here at last is the first self-help book for men with Oversized Male Genitalia (OMG), a genetic birth defect that grows the penis to absurd proportions. Every year, thousands of men are diagnosed with OMG. Sadly, most are banished to the fringes of society, victims of their own freakish length and girth. How to Live with a Huge Penis brings them an inspiring message of tolerance and hope--along with helpful information on
 
     *  Unzipping: Coming Out to Your Friends and Family
     *  Sharing Your Pain: Sexual Intercourse with a Huge Penis
     *  Big Blessings: Unexpected Advantages of a Huge Penis
     *  and much, much more
 
Complete with prayers, poetry, a daily affirmations journal, and thoughtful quotations from leading self-help experts, How to Live with a Huge Penis will inspire men of all shapes and sizes.

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This book changed my life... for the better!

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This was by far the best book I have read. It literally changed my life. I was able to overcome issues about myself and my penis which I have been struggling with my whole life. Its my belief that ... Read full review

Christmas 2009

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As I understand it this book was created by both a doctor and a man of faith so already it has earned some major credibility for me at least. Once received I carefully cracked it open to find that it ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Dr. Richard Jacob holds a Ph.D. in Asian economic psychology from East Somerville University, where he also taught until 2003. He lives in Sherman, Connecticut. The Reverend Owen Thomas is an ordained Catholic priest, counselor, and author of the celebrated Frank Stryver crime novel series. He divides his time between Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Miami Beach. Visit their Web site at www.ihaveomg.org.

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