As a woman, oh I understand what you are saying. At least your husband went to the doctor. Mine refuses. I can count on my fingers how many times in last year. I told a friend I am mourning my sex life. It was very satisfying for me. I miss it. I have purchased toys. But would rather have his touch. I cry in the shower almost every time. I am patience,and can tolerate alot, but when I brought up my needs...that was one argument I do not want to revisit. He said he has no feelings in his penis region. LImp as you will. Doesn't mean he doesn't love me. I am trying to understand, where this has only come up this year. Says its in his family, 5 other brothers and his dad.One brother that he talks to about it. All I can say is patience. and be there for him. As much as we want him to be there for us...they can not. Hope this helped some. Many of conversations with him, and it gets less embarrassed. It is a problem. First step is the admitting they have one. We deal.View Thread
I have been trying to patiently deal with my mans ed. Having hard time understanding all of this. He says he loves me, but I want the romance. the touchy feely as we had in the beginning. I feel as though I am doing something wrong. How is it he can get hard if he want a BJ, but cant sustain for sex??? I need to be touched, to feel wanted, to be loved. I do not want to look elsewhere...but to go weeks without a touch or look, I am extremely sexually frustrated. tired of playing by myself, craving for his attention...any suggestions for me??View Thread
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