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What happens if Erectile dysfunction is the result of a satisfying experience

Updated: Mar 24, 2019


I recently read an article about how a woman feels when faced with erectile dysfunction. The question is, do we take it as a personal failure? The answer,YES we do @@ should we bring it up (😵) in conversations later or text, you about it? Probably not . So I was reading earlier about this and will share some of this with you ,I Iearned that, I am not alone in how I feel when faced with erectile dysfunction !😢😢👁😢😢

I hope you enjoy the various excerpts I found particularily enlightening from the interesting article's I read.

When a woman faces erectile 👇👎🖕dysfunction in her partner, her number one fear is usually "he's just not that into me." 💔💔Guess what? It's time to stop taking it personally. 🙄

Erectile dysfunction or an inability to maintain an erection can be quite an obstacle in the bedroom.💡💡 More and more men seem to be with anxiety-based erectile dysfunction.

Men as young as 30, in peak physical condition, are telling me how they've become dependent on a Viagra regimen in order to keep it up. 💡With anxiety based these cases of mind vs. body (because that's often the case in anxiety based sexual dysfunction),

🤪👍👍female partners and how they take it when their partner's flag drops below half-mast. 👍👍The number one assumption among these women seems to be:😭😭 He must not be attracted to me.

Does this resonate with you? Have you found yourself ready for action,💡YESTERDAY only to find that he's lost his enthusiasm? 👁😤👁😤 you feel it's your fault you aint sexy enuf you weird you ugly, so that Mr.Happys all limp again aka Mr.LimpMr.Limpy

Its hard no pun intended to not feel ugly undesirable not sexy, when this happens, but there is hope that it's not you..its him.

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The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz? The second agreement states, "Don't take anything personally." This could not be more applicable than in the case of erectile dysfunction.⏳⏰🚀 There are many reasons he might lose his erection stress diet smoking cocaine anti depressants , just to name a few. But if he's lost it once, the fear then becomes what if this happens every time? What if I can never again get it up or keep it up? For men, struggling with ED issues this 🕛is like getting stuck with a bad song on repeat, continuously reiterating all of his worst nightmares about himself and his manhood. This ongoing loop of negativity becomes all he can focus on, isolating him in a black cloud of his thoughts.

Great point here to cheer me up.

The article states

That At this point, she

could be Angelina Jolie💋💋👍 in a negligee, but if he is in the throes of his ED,👎👇 he'll be too wrapped up in his destructive thinking to notice. While the original loss of his erection was most likely due to one of the above factors, his anxiety is now running the show, further preventing him from getting or being able to keep his erection.


So yes, I enjoyed my reading on erectile dysfunction and how it may make both individuals feel in its anticlimatic aftermath, the woman feels undesirable 🤣and the man possibly will feel performance anxiety based on further past non-performance 🖕👎👇 very interesting side effects and I hope you relax and have a great evening this is your relaxing sensual Bliss exotic healing Massage provider Karma Sutra Goddess in Victoria BC Canada saying Happy Spring and remember to take time to relax 🌏and visit me as I further educate myself and relax reading more about sensuality sexual surrogacy and now I'm reading about how to help better support those of you with erectile dysfunction have a great weekend and be happy 😍❤🤗https://www.saga.co.uk/magazine/relationships/love-sex/enjoying-sex-with-erectile-dysfunction -- Sent from my Android phone with. Please excuse my brevity.

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