Thank you Haylen, Dennis and Nohard, The advice helped and I checked out the link. I do realize I haven't been focused on how it's affecting him and I haven't been really listening. I didn't realize the comments I was making about trying pills really hurt. I wanted to show I care but was doing it wrong. I definetly recommend before you try and talk to your partner about anything make sure you've done your research. Not only be knowledgeable about the topic but think about how they may feel about it. Words can do a lot of damage so make sure you think about what you want to say before it comes out. You don't want to hurt the one you love most. Any more advice will be greatly appreciated! Thanks!View Thread
I'm at a loss of what to do. My husband has ED and this has affected us a lot. We are currently in a big fight. I'm ok with not having sex and him pleasuring me with toys but he thinks I'm not satisified. I don't understand it all but am trying to learn more. I have asked him how I can pleasure him and how I feel he never gets pleasure like me. He thinks I think he's seeking it elsewhere but I'm not. Every fight we have he thinks is stemmed from the no sex thing. How can I support him better and show him sex doesn't matter for me and closeness is what i seek because I am currently doing everything wrong. I just want to make him happy again. Please help!View Thread
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