Our expert says:
Many men cope reall badly with the rather common problem ofm erection problems ( or indeed any sexual difficulty ) and feel embarrased about it. And they may find it more practical and re-assuring to have sex with themselves ( masturbation ) than with anyone else where any failure would be more bothersome for them.
What you seem to be discussing is less of an erection problem ( in the sense of serious difficulty in geting and sustaining an erection )as being perhaps more a problem of premature ejaculation. Whatever the base problem, this is very much helpable by a psychologist with an interest in and experience of such matters.
Sounds like he's trying to avoid facing the facts and admitting that he needs and deserves some expert help, which, also perhaps improving his skills at actually satisfying his partner rather than only himself, would benefit both of you. Is it possible for you to skillfully persuade him to deal with this ? Maybe some preliminary marriage counseling sessions as a sart ?
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