ED can be a killer. No, it means it can kill you ... but it can certainly kill your relationship. Any man who has ED while in a relationship will attest to the fact that, at least, can put enormous pressure on a relationship. As can be much worse than the death of relationships.
Let's face it. A huge component of a happy, fulfilling relationship is sexual intimacy. Not only can it forge a strong bond between two people, but in a very practical level ... is an important part of procreation!
Making babies: Yes, yes ... I know, these days we are so technologically advanced that in theory is not a need erections to have a baby, you can always use an artificial insemination. This is where the sperm is "artificial" placed in a woman's womb or its neck. However, I am sure that most men and more women for that matter! You agree that the antiquated method is much more desirable.
Based on the investigations and inquiries that I have done, it became very clear that in general, men go through several steps to deal with ED. (erection problems) especially while in a relationship.
The factor in the inability to obtain an erection NO TIME. However, it is highly unlikely to be the cause of the failure to obtain and maintain an erection throughout the board.
In general, it is generally recognized that ED is more or less a condition in which one can not (or have a hard time) to receive and maintain an erection. ED is a strange animal.
The guy who can get a huge erection at will but can not maintain it, is suffering from ED as the guy who can not be any!
Feelings of adequacy: Most men strongly link their manhood or masculinity of their erections and ability to meet their sexual partners. So, when initiating or suffering from erection problems, this phase can kick in big time! Be ashamed of not being able to run, shame and feelings of inadequacy are common general.
Anxiety and fear: After having failed time and again in anything, it is natural that the human mind to believe that there is a good chance that the trend will continue. So it is natural for a man suffering from erection problems, suffer from feelings of anxiety just thinking about the situation.
This is an example where practice does not necessarily make it "perfect"! Far from it. As a matter of fact, the opposite may be true. The more we try to make love with our partners and not the more ... the anxiety of the thought of another failure, may actually contribute to the problem. It's now "performance anxiety". This is where the fear comes in. No one looks forward to a situation where they will most likely fail.
Avoidance and depression After repeated failures, it is quite common for men to try to give up completely. This inability to perform now becomes a part of their mentality, which inevitably leads to depression.
When you combine all these steps, you see how ED could be a relationship killer. The psychological impact of ED can be devastating. Combine this with the physical effects and real, it becomes very clear why so many relationships are affected by it.
Do not let your erection problems get to that stage before seeking treatment. There are many effective treatments out there ... pharmaceutical and natural. Get help before their condition is potentially an opportunity to kill your relationship.
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