I’m having the best sex of my life. So why do I struggle to orgasm?

I am a man in my mid-40s and for the past eight or nine months I have been in a wonderful relationship with a woman. The sex was great from the beginning, and more adventurous than I have experienced 前. The only issue is that I am now finding it impossible to orgasm through penetration. She enjoys giving me oral sex but even then it is becoming increasingly difficult to orgasm. We talk about it and she assures me she is very comfortable with how things are, even if I have to masturbate to get there. I am worried that I will only be able to bring myself to orgasm that way. I realise that this is a psychological thing, but I don’t know where to start to get help.

First of all, it would really be worth taking your partner at her word. Hasn’t she made her feelings of comfort and acceptance perfectly clear? It is understandable that you would wish to conform with what many believe is the “right” way to make love, but it’s not necessary, is it? An inability to orgasm during intercourse can have psychological or physiological bases – or be a combination of both. It can only really be considered a “problem” if you feel it is … but since you do, seek a medical evaluation and a course of treatment from a qualified sex therapist. 同時に, remind yourself of these positive aspects of your sexual connection with your partner – your ability to create intimate and erotic experiences for your partner and yourself, and the creative way you have met this challenge.

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