hello, first off i would like to start by saying i've been somewhat of a frequent masterbator for about 4 years. i'm 17, fixing to turn 18. when i first started this habit, i masterbated around 2-3 times a day for a few months. but i got over that, and reduced it to about once a day for about 3 years. this past year i've been off and on with the masterbation. a cour of months ago, i got together with a amazing girl who i'm very happy with and very attracted too. but we just recently tried to have sex twice and i could not mantain a erection both times, which made me feel very frustrated and upset. but she said it was alright, as we are both virgins. i'm very attracted to her and have strong feelings for her, i kept my erection on during the whole entire foreplay sessions but i lose it when i put on the condom and notice my penis isn't all that big, than it goes limp. i'm thinking it may be the over masterbation or maybe a physcolgical problem.i do go through alot of stresses. im a senior im highschool, i also work at a really busy diner/gas station 25-30 hours a week. i also smoke but not alot. if i could get some insight and tips on my problem, i would be much more relieved and relaxedView Thread
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