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losing the physical connection during sex

By Anonymous September 5, 2010 - 4:30pm
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hi i have been with my boyfriend for almost for years and we recenty broke up due to him not being able to connect to me physcialy during sex and he cant cum . he says he is still very much in love with me and connects with me on everyother level. is there a way to get him to feel the physical connection that we once had? this is so hard for me becasue i still feel a stong connection with him. he also says he wants to still be with me, in a way i feel like he is running sacred from this promblem and doesnt want to try and figure out how to fix? does any one have any ideas how to make our promblem better?

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yes we have dated for 4 years. when i talk to him he tells me he wants to be with me and marry me and have childern with me , but he feels he has lost the physcial connection. he was able to climax and ejaculate up intill 6 months ago. could he have a heath promblem or could it all be in his head? is he running scared ? i have only seen him a few times in the past few weeks everything was great we went out to dinner told me he wanted to be with me and he loves me , then we went back to his house and had intercourse and he couldnt ejaculate and said he still doesnt feel a connection? is there a way to make him feel it? does communication and doing small lillte gifts to let him know i still love him help get that connection back? does he need more foreplay and touching to make him feel that connection we once had so strong for each other?

September 5, 2010 - 8:43pm

Honestly, this sounds a little bit like an excuse or just very vague. He is not able to physically connect, meaning he still wants to be with you (as friends), but not be physically intimate? Is this just an easy way for him to break up with you, without saying those words?

You two dated for four years, correct? Was he able to climax or ejaculate earlier in the relationship?

September 5, 2010 - 5:55pm
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