Dating and relationship tip
Though it might be tempting to cave to insecurities the minute something goes wrong—especially when it’s ED—try hard not to turn the focus onto yourself, says sexologist Emily Morse, Ph. “This doesn’t mean he’s not sexually attracted to you,” she says.
For instance, is he regularly drinking before you have sex? “Tell him—nicely—that if he backs off or takes a break, it could help your sex life.” Also, if you’re fighting in other areas of life, it could be spilling over into bed, says Watson.
“If he’s angry at you, he can lose the ability to function properly,” she says.
“Some men who cheat have trouble getting hard because they feel guilty and their penises are literally conflicted about sleeping with two women at once.” If it’s nerves, reassure him that you’re having fun no matter what happens with his D—and that he can always pleasure you in other ways.
But the same way that how wet you are doesn’t always reflect how turned-on you are, what’s happening below the belt for him isn’t always an accurate reflection of how badly he wants to be boning you.” Take a deep breath, quiet those inner voices, and resist the urge to ask him why you’re not hot enough to get him hard.
Trust: Whatever negative things you’re hearing inside your head, he’s telling himself stuff that’s ten times worse.
Premature ejaculation, on the other hand, is when a guy can’t stop himself from ejaculating shortly after penetration.