What are you doing in this thread, jcsilverfox? I mean, if you go back and read my post you will see that this conversation is about ED...which stands for erectile dysfunction. That means that even though I love my wife and am attracted to her, and even though she sometimes gives me a hot wet kiss, takes my hand and leads me to the bedroom.....sometimes I can't get an erection. There is a physiological component to this and a psychological component to it, but that's not really the point. The point is, I have found something that enables me to have a physical response that accurately reflects my love and attraction to my wife, but she is extremely uneasy with the solution I have found. Several people have provided very good and useful thoughts on how I may be able to deal with this situation -- which was, after all, the point of my original post. You either don't understand my problem, or (worse) are minimizing it. Either way, it isn't helping and I wish you would go hijack someone else's post. Thanks.View Thread
Thanks for the reply, Doug. At some point, I'm pretty sure it's going to take a third party to persuade her that this is OK....it's normal, safe and it has nothing to do with her. And if she still won't come around, I guess I'll just have to let it roll and see what happens. She can't really complain about my performance if she's denying me what I need to perform.....View Thread
I'm really looking for guidance from someone who has had to talk to their wife about his need to take Cialis. Like I said, it works great for me and I couldn't be happier with it....but the wife hates the idea.
I've struggled with ED my whole life. After trying a lot of other things -- therapy, Viagra, testosterone replacement -- I finally found Cialis 5mg for daily use. It is a miracle. My performance is better than it has ever been, and my anxiety is completely gone.
Problem: My wife hates the fact that I need medicine to help me. She distrusts conventional medicine anyway (and insists more therapy, dietary changes, etc. are the real answer), but also thinks I need the drug to be attracted to her, even though I've explained that's not how it works.
So, how do I talk to her about this? How do I persuade her that we should be celebrating the fact that I found something that works for me (not everyone does) rather than fighting about whether to simply accept this gift from God?View Thread