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Don't Let Impotence To Affect Your Marriage
What do you do when ED is a physical problem, but you do not want to end the sexual side of your relationship? You want to feel intimate. You want to feel pleasure. You want to be able to smile again without this big thing between you-this feeling like you're far away, and you are controlling, and things will never be quite right.
If your husband can not have more sexual intercourse, the chances are that he is really grieving. A large part of his life that many would say is the most important part-seems to have disappeared. Allow him to vent these feelings without solving them. Now is not the time to say, "but we can still do X ..." Let him vent. And hold it. And say to him: "I will always love you, and we will get through this, and we will find our way."
That being said, you can not stay in the grieving process. You have to move on, and you have to find a way through in the direction of a new kind of intimacy.
Now, you are not going to be able to do anything if you do not first talk about the issue. So the question is not really "how we can save our sex life when he has ED," but rather "how can we continue to talk about our sex life if he ED, and not ignore the elephant in the room?"
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