Impotence and dating
Also important, say experts, is to use this discussion to let him know that you have enjoyed the physical part of your relationship together, and that you miss it -- and that together you can work to find a solution."This is the time to treat your man as your best friend -- to be warm, to be friendly, to grab his hand, to give him hugs and kisses, to let him know that you care about him, that he is desirable, that physical closeness is important," says Foley."You have to treat this the way you would any other non-life threatening issues in your relationship, and just calmly discuss it," says Downey.Mc Cullough adds, "If you put it in the context of a physical problem and not a sexual one, most men will be less likely to 'shut down' or shut you out." While some men would rather go the treatment route alone, others might welcome the support of their partner, so be certain to make the offer to go with him, and then let your man decide.During this talk, Downey says make certain that your man is aware of the health problems that can be the cause of his ED, and gently suggest he talk to his doctor.Indeed, Downey believes the more matter of fact a woman can be in approaching this conversation, the more likely she is to get through to her man.
It may even take a while to convince him to see a doctor at all.The next thing you know, his partner is cooing about how her guy is back to his old wild and romantic self.What the commercials don't show you: The painful distress a woman can experience when her man suffers with erectile dysfunction (ED)."Women internalize things -- they tend to blame themselves first, thinking it's because they have done something wrong, or that they are no longer attractive to their partner.