Our expert says:
it's understandable that he was embarrassed and angry at your snooping to find what you found. But he is wrong ( though its not an uncommon perception ) to see his ED as HIS problem for HIM to deal with privately, rather than yours. Though medications can help a great deal these days, I wonder whether perhaps he saw some therapist with out-dated ideas about treating ED< who might have had some arrangement with the bordello for one of their staff to function as a sexual surrogate / co-therapist to help men with ED ? And this would be highly improper for any sex therapist to do, when the person being treated is married and has a willing spouse. As you say, Viagra is a logical med for him to use, but not in his car, if they're intended for your marital relationship.
But it sounds as though in a very clumsy and embarrassed way he is trying to deal with erectile problems without involving you ; which is far from the best solution. You'll need to approach him very gently and encourage him to understand that you are understanding and sympathetic and keen to help, but worried by the sececy and anger
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