Our expert says:
So he is loving, but relatively asexual. It's not your fault, and I'm sure he doesn't wish to be disappointing or troubling you, either. I'm sure he is highly embarrassed by all this, and reluctant to talk about it,but I think he ( and thus you ) would really benefit if he saw a good local shrink for an assessment, as he could very well be suffering fromDepression and/or anxiety, both of which have a negative impact on sexual desire and performance, and he may fear he'd only fail if he tried so he's reluctant to try.
Psychological counselling of the form known as CBT ( Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy ) is really effective in helping both anxiety and depression, and is the doc suggests meds, it'd be worth trying one of the more recent Antidepressants, Valdoxan ( agomelatine ) because it doesn't cause sexual side-effects as many of the others do. While they may also even if for a time, reduce sexual desire and performance, Valdoxan does not do this.
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