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When He Has Sexual Health Problems

What's a Woman to Do?

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: May 2007
Source: Revolution Health.com


Certified sex therapist Shirley Baron, Ph.D., sees the scenario often in her Chicago practice: A woman's male partner has a sexual issue — perhaps erectile dysfunction (ED) — and she sees it as a reflection of herself. The woman's convinced that she's not attractive enough, that her partner is not attracted to her, or that he doesn't care. He withdraws both physically and psychologically. She becomes sexually frustrated. They stop having sex.

A woman's misperception about why her male partner isn't functioning sexually can lead to serious relationship issues and a progressively worsening sex life, says Baron, who works in the sexual and marital therapy program at Northwestern University's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in Chicago.

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