Women are an integral part of any discussion about impotence.
After all, women are crucial to the success or otherwise of a relationship, and if her partner is suffering from impotence, a woman's reactions can profoundly affect the quality of that relationship and the way in which her partner deals with his erection problem.
If you’ve turned on a TV since 1998, you know how obsessed we are with hard-ons.
Since the little blue pill appeared more than a dozen years ago, countless imitators of varying legitimacy and effectiveness have hit the market.
– – –See the author’s TEDx Talk on Creating Extraordinary Intimacy in a Shut Down World– – –One of the more rewarding things my Partner Jacqueline and I do is speak to cancer survivors and their partners around the country about regaining intimacy in the face of their cancer.
Last Wednesday evening I was speaking to such a group in the wonderful town of Blue Ash, Ohio.
The site was founded by Susie King, a former life coach, who was moved to set up the forum after a close friend attempted suicide because of his sexual impotence. We did a Dish on this on September 14th and read an old article in on it.
So, now there are places people can go if they want companionship and don’t want to ‘do the deed’ or just can’t.
Have it “as soon as intimacy is contemplated,” says Keith Lloyd, MD, professor of urology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine.
If you don’t perform well in bed, Lloyd says, let your date know up front and tell them the medical reason why.
By Rosemary Bennett For anyone looking for sex, the Internet is often the first stop, with its array of dating sites and chat rooms devoted to the subject.
It is probably the last place that those seeking a celibate relationship would consider looking.