Your sex life is going to be just fine.
Is there anything more frustrating in a healthy relationship than erectile dysfunction? Even in the most strong, loving relationships, the issue of erectile dysfunction can take an exhausting toll on you and your spouse.
A woman typically takes her man’s inability to perform (or lack of desire) personally: He no longer loves me; he doesn’t find me sexy anymore; he’s bored with me. Her feelings of insecurity and her need for reassurance may further overwhelm him or cause him increased anxiety.
A man with ED typically feels embarrassed, guilty, fearful and withdrawn, making talking about the issue awkward and difficult for the concerned woman. He may choose to avoid her and remain in denial, causing more tension and frustration.
This problem is no longer limited to older men or men with health concerns. Studies reveal that at least 50% of men in the U.S. experience some form of sexual dysfunction at some point in their lives. ED is one of the most common male sexual problems, affecting an estimated 30 million men in the U.S. and approximately 140 million men worldwide.
So if he assures you it's not you, believe him and take that pressure off the table.
If he has no obvious related health or mental issues, perhaps he's experiencing a hormonal imbalance. According to Author John Gray, the problem could very well be low testosterone levels and there are some environmental and dietary implications that could be a factor.
Snuggle up with your sweetie and watch this video. John’s frank advice is sure to enlighten you both and most likely will make your discussion about your situation easier and more productive.
John's website offers products to help with sexual enhancement as well as timeless advice on all things love and relationships. Take a peek or reach out to him!