Really I want to know if anyone is in this predictament. This type of impotence resulted from a trauma. It is not surgically , medication or anything else fixable. He just seems so cold and distant now and we had a great marriage before. Everyday at least a hug when he got home. Does your spouse display no affection to you that makes you feel like a woman and not just someone to grow old with?
What did you do to handle it ?? Or is this just the way it is now for us ?
Asked by Anonymous at 6:00 PM on Sep. 2, 2009 in Relationships
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Answer by Anonymous at 6:46 PM on Sep. 2, 2009
Wow, that's really a tough one! . Do you think he's depressed? Does he treat everyone differently or is it just you? What is the nature of the injury? Is it damaged equipment or damage to his pituitary gland? If his hormones are off kilter, that might explain it. It's like us going through PMS or menopause, except he doesn't know how to handle feeling hormonal.(My almost 14 year old is still working on it, lol).
It sounds like your doing everything you can to affirm your love and commitment to him. Have you told him that you feel that he's being cold and distant, and how it makes you feel? If my husband did that to me I would have to ask him if he actually loved me or if his only interest in me was when he could have intercourse with me. That is the only thing that changed right?
Is counseling an option?
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