There are many different things that can influence the quality of a relationship, including what each party thinks about themselves and the other. These thoughts and feelings will change the way the person behaves and can ultimately make or break the relationship.
One such condition is small penile syndrome. While this may sound like it has to do with a physical condition relating to actual penis size, that is not the case. Rather, this is a mental condition that is rooted in the way a guy feels about himself. Those who are insecure will show obvious signs of small penile syndrome.
In fact, it is likely that you know some men who have this affliction and possibly have even dated men who act like this. The behaviour is often seen in exaggerated choices that show how manly he is. For instance, if you know a man who has the biggest lift on his truck out of everyone he knows and this guy makes a big deal about letting other people know, he suffers from this condition.
Many guys do not even realise that they suffer from this and will become upset if someone mentions the possibility. This is because the suggestion stabs right at the heart of the problem: how manly is he? There are a lot of guys who spend excessive amounts of time making themselves appear as masculine and awesome as possible are likely attempting to compensate for their own feelings of inferiority that are often tied in to his penile perception.
It can be difficult to be around these types of men because they can almost seem like cavemen in their conversations and actions. They may be afraid of anything that shows them to be anything other than a complete and total man. For instance, if a man has a young daughter and refuses to let her paint his nails because it will attack the perception of masculinity he has created for himself and other, he is in bad shape. After all, a little bit of nail polish will certainly not change the gender of a person!
If you are close to someone who has this problem, you will have to decide if you want to stick around and put up with the bizarre behaviour or move on down the road. Of course, you may also be able to have a positive influence on him and watch him change. But, that kind of wishful thinking is best saved for the movies or your favourite novel. In real life, people rarely turn into a prince if they have shown they are frogs at heart. Don’t waste your time hoping that someone will change unless he truly wants to and is taking the necessary steps to do so.