Dating with erectile dysfunction
He explained that I would be better off keeping him in the friend zone, that his “part that knew how to love” was probably broken and had been for a long time.
I assumed he was talking about his head or his heart and tried to figure it out by asking questions, but he didn’t give any real answers, just excuses.
It can make for a big opportunity to look beyond sexual performance to deep bonding with each another.
The danger is not the lack of an erection, but what each of you makes of it.
I thought he was trying to get rid of me without revealing what the problem was.
His fiancée had been blaming herself, “He obviously doesn’t find me attractive any more. Once I helped her to realize that his erection problems had nothing to do with her, it turned out that she wasn’t nearly as attached to a hard penis as he had imagined.One night we kissed on the mouth instead of the cheek – but not open-mouthed.And he didn’t pick up on any of the opportunities I was leaving for him.This explains why my last two “relationships” were glacially paced and full of misleading communication – and never got out of the gates when it came to any sort of physicality. Guy #1: I spent more and more time with this gentleman.It was clear he was interested in me and I made sure that there were opportunities for him to make sexual advances, but when there was a chance to get closer physically, he didn’t do anything. Finally I asked him point blank what his intentions were, and he balked.