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Does Impotence Lead to Infidelity?
Infidelity and money are the two leading causes of divorce. But what are the leading causes of infidelity?
Sexual dissatisfaction is near or at the top of the list.
This is extremely important for men who are suffering from impotence caused by Erectile Dysfunction, Premature Ejaculation, or Low Libido. If they are unable to perform, these men face a critical decision – seek medical help, or declare an end to the sexual relations aspect of their life. But it is important for these men to remember – when you’re making this decision you’re not the only one affected by it – your partner is, too.
You’ve decided you’re done having sex, but is your partner ready to make that leap?
And if your partner is not ready to call it quits, are you willing to let the relationship end, because that might be the unforeseen and unfortunate consequence of your decision.
Here’s an excerpt from fatherly.com that lays bare this very real and frightening possibility:
“When you’re with your spouse, it’s vital to make sure you’re thinking of her needs as well as your own. Any man who is concerned about this should really start looking at his own behavior in the bedroom. And he should be sure he’s holding up his end. Because, if not, there’s somebody out there who’s more than willing to do that.”
“IF NOT, THERE’S SOMEBODY OUT THERE WHO’S MORE THAN WILLING TO.”
Ouch. Sounds more like an excerpt from downwiththepatriarchy.com, but it is a brutal truth.
If you’re suffering from ED, PE or Low T, and your sexual health is diminished because of it, don’t wait until it’s too late to get professional help.
If your relationship is important to you, if your partner’s happiness is important to you, if your overall quality of life and personal well-being is important to you, call us. Our doctors are specialists in helping men overcome their problems with Erectile Dysfunction, Premature Ejaculation, and Low Libido. Call today, before the situation gets worse.