Can you discuss at least three male sexual dysfunctions. In addition, Create a case study for one of the dysfunctions described and providing a brief treatment overview for the case.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 8:06 am ad1c9bdddf
(1) Can you discuss at least three male sexual dysfunctions? In addition, create a case study for one of the dysfunctions described and providing a brief treatment overview for the case.
(a) Sexual Masochism
Individuals with sexual dysfunctions encounter a number of stressors such as guilt, anger, feelings of inadequacy, and fear of rejection. According to Martin (1995), the link between guilt, Sexual masochism is manifested in self punishment. He presents research that shows men experiencing guilt relating to sexual activity to engaging in self-depreciation. Self-depreciation is a prominent feeling of depression, and is a central feature of masochism (p. 310). Sexual masochism involves the act (real, not simulated) of being humiliated, beaten bound, or otherwise made to suffer. Some individuals are bothered by their masochistic fantasies, which may be invoked during sexual activity. Based on the DSM features, sexual masochistic activity tends to be ritualistic and chronic. Participants act out their sexual fantasies by engaging in humiliating sexual activities that are acted out (Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental ...
This solution discusses male sexual dysfunction, and provides a brief treatment overview for treatment.
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