Check Out This Site: "Penis Implant Surgery after Peyronies" - A Personal Experience

I receive a lot of emails from men, and sometimes their wives or partners.  Most are asking questions about details of what I did in my own treatment of Peyronies.  Some share their heartbreaks, and terrible situations.  When I reply and tell someone that I will remember them in my prayers, I do that, I pray for them.  My desire is that anyone trapped in this situation would find recovery and healing.  Many men thank me for the website and tell me how much it means to them.  That always feels so great and validates, what I am doing here.

Anyway, my wife and I were working with a video crew on a still secret public awareness project, that we are not yet free to elaborate on.   

That's kind of an oxymoron - secret/public awareness, almost sounds like the government.  Anyway, I digress, from that video project another man contacted me through email, and told me that he had gone through all of the turmoil, fear and anguish that Peyronie's causes in our lives.  After interminable suffering and treatment, he was unsuccessful.  He was left with irreparable E.D. and deformity.  His life was shattered.

Sounds bleak doesn't it?  Well he moved on and had penis implant surgery.  It was not only spectacularly successful, but he went public with it and posted a blog. 

Here is an excerpt from Jack's blog: 
My recovery has been a great gift from God. It restored the pleasure of marital sex that God intended for us to have. I fully believe that marital intercourse is a gift of pleasure from God. 

It would be great if all of you reading this, would go check out his story and how he is ministering to men and couples that have lost hope.  His blog is inspirational and I am happy to share this with you.

Read Jack's story here: 

Alzheimers/Dementia Information and Treatment Updates

As we get older, all of us are affected by a family member or friend that develops Cognitive Impairment.  The most common term we hear is Alzheimer's or Dementia.  Age related Dementia is a fear that dwells in the back of our minds somewhere.  We all try to keep it in the shadows, but it can rear its' ugly head every time you set down that screwdriver or pencil and then can't remember where you put it.

That actually happens to everybody, even kids.  When a family member though, is struck with Alzheimer's, it hits home.  Alzheimer's is described by family members as, "The Living Death!"  It is heartbreaking to watch loved ones lose everything in their mind, the things that makes them who they are, and the people that we Love.  They just slowly disappear, and it devastates family and friends.

I'm working on a newer section of the site in the pages/tab bar labeled; 
Index for Medical Conditions 

When I receive or find valuable information about medical conditions that affect us as we age, I will build new pages and add them to the index.  Recently Alzheimer's has been a real hot button in our family's life.  My wife is caring for her Mother, and it is really just overwhelming.  It is all consuming and very frustrating to care for someone that remembers most of the past, but can't remember a conversation that happened 15 minutes ago.  Every day is like the movie, "Groundhog Day.

Please go to this link to read the report:

There is an amazing video posted near the end of the article that was produced by the 700 Club.  It received 5 million online views the first month it came out.