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(reply to Anonymous)

Hi Anonymous,
In this situation, all you can do is be supportive and suggest he see a doctor about his condition. If he does in fact have erectile dysfunction, the doctor may be able to help with treatment. Try to focus on what's good in your relationship for now, and in time perhaps the sex will come back. For your own sanity, you may need to set your own realistic expectations in your mind, and if those expectations don't match up with what is happening, then you can decide how you plan to react at that time. This way, you are taking a proactive role, and not being made a victim. Do what you need to for yourself to focus on love and improving your own self-image, and hopefully, everything will eventually fall in to place.
Please bear in mind we are not therapists or doctors, so take this with a grain of salt. If you don't agree, then do what you feel is right.
Good luck, and let us know how you're doing.

March 14, 2011 - 8:28am


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