This small size gland secretes a liquid that is mixed with the sperm. It is specifically male and is related to sexual function in men.
It is linked to the feeling, is that of the own power and sexual ability, is the man as a social being towards life.
It is also related to parenting, that is, with the image we have as a man and as a father. The equivalent in women is the body of the uterus.
Prostate problems are much more frequent after the 50 years old, and mainly affects men who have been very active or have developed a relationship of domination in life.
The most common are inflammation (prostatitis), benign tumours (adenomas) and cancer.
Major conflicts that can affect the prostate:
A) Conflict is not found within the "sexual norm" (You can refer to other family members, children, grandchildren, nephews, etc). "I want to have sex, but I cannot" "I will not be able, I cannot satisfy her"
Dirty sexual conflict. Anogenital conflict.
B) Conflict by dramatic situations with their children, grandchildren or other close people as a result of death, accident, divorce, illness, rape, fights, infidelity, etc.
Prostate cancer can occur as a result of a serious or professional failure after retirement, especially for those who live their profession with passion and for whom work is the only thing that gives meaning to their life.
Similarly, prostate cancer can appear after a serious conflict in which his image as a man, as a parent or grandparent has been damaged. As the case of the father who suffers a great disappointment to see that his son walks along a different path to that he expected or has entered the drugs or homosexual or lesbian worlds, etc.
There are also other conflicts that can develop prostate cancer. For example, when a man is separated sharply from their grandchildren or when you think you will never be able to have grandchildren, etc.
Or, when a man has a girlfriend and someone is away from your side or when the bride dumps him for a younger man. It is experiences that plunge you into a deep sadness and before which feels helplessness and despair. Is it worth living to come to this?
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