There are some sound reasons for this rather unexpected reaction.
After interviewing many women who have been with men struck with E. they almost invariably say they are the best lovers they’ve ever had.
Certified sex therapist Jane Brown, LPC, in private practice in Birmingham, AL, suggests that patients buy a copy of the book The New Male Sexuality, by Bernie Zilbergeld, Ph D. “If your date is not going to be sensitive to these issues, do you really want to continue with that person? When you have ED, sometimes you can obsess about having an erection and lose sight of the big picture.
She also loves teaching others to cook for their families.Much of what I discuss below is based upon my own personal experience and interviews with other women. is enough to send most men into a self-confidence funk followed up by a frenzied call to their doctor for a prescription of Viagra or Cialis.In our culture, one of the worst things that can happen to a man is that he have an episode of erectile dysfunction. The male potency imperative is so strong that I’ve had men tell me they would rather die than lose their erectile function. Some female partners are negatively affected as well.“It’s too intimate a thing to rush into.” Sometimes women get annoyed. Men who don’t put out are “no myth,” says Michele Weiner-Davis, a Boulder, Colorado, marriage therapist and author of The Sex-Starved Marriage, who contends that “low desire in men is one of the best-kept secrets in modern life.” According to a survey published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in 1999, 15 per cent of men between the ages of 18 and 59 had experienced low sexual desire for several months or more.Still, he doesn’t like to do it just because there’s pressure. But men tend to keep mum about it because it’s an issue that strikes at the core of their manhood: To them, it’s their “mojo” that’s at stake. Marilyn Miller, a Toronto psychologist, says that issues around pregnancy can be a mood-killer – for instance, when couples have problems conceiving and suddenly “sex is all about getting pregnant.” Just as women don’t want to be considered sex objects, men don’t like to be Johnny-on-the-spot, performing only when the basal thermometer says it’s time to go.
“Getting them to believe that this works, however, is monumental,” she says.