Dating an impotent man
When men lose the ability to get erect they lose some of the urgency that comes with it.
And if the man so affected can successfully separate his sense of manhood from his erectile function, it opens him and his partner up to exploring other ways of being deliciously intimate.
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.
And once you see what they are, your ideas about what constitutes true, fulfilling intimacy may likely change forever.
I interviewed one 40-year old woman who said her previous boyfriend had a bout of E. Which tends to explain why he is a “previous” boyfriend. When we guys get a hard-on, there is this very deep, visceral / primal urge to use it and use it .
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.
Even if the cause is purely physical, they can interpret their man’s flaccid response as a sign that he no longer finds them attractive.
So should your guy ever have an issue with getting it up, try seeing that as an invitation to explore what truly is possible intimately speaking.
You both may find that there is much to celebrate indeed. Russer is a prostate cancer survivor who was left completely impotent as a result of his treatments.