Possibly, psychological... fear, anxiety, Depression can cause mental obstacles and make us withhold or unable to "let go."
Possibly, physiological... not getting quite enough or the right kind of stimulation in the right place(s); or, the presence of some form of pain/ discomfort.
Is this a recent onset of "pulling back?"
Or, has ejaculation always been this way?
I used to have that problem as well, and it was neither depression or psychological. It was simply that I was scared if I let go, I would pee on my partner, or make a mess, and my partner would be turned off. But when I met my husband, he made me comfortable enough, and trust him enough that letting go was ok, and it gives him joy and makes his satisfaction complete when I let go. So I let go. I would suggest you let her know that it's ok, and normal for her to let go. Tell her you don't mind (unless you do). bottom line; make her as comfortable and relaxed and whisper words of encouragement when she's about to get an orgasm. All the best. xx
Like Flavoured, I also had the, "I am going to pee on my partner" feeling A few things need to be lined up to get past or through this, in my opinion. I think a woman's age is important, pretty sure 30's is what I hear is normal. I got past this when was 28. However after 30 it is on a new level. Masturbation, a woman being able to please herself and knowing her own body and what she likes. Last feeling safe with your partner, knowing he has a strong desire for you, is very important. Good luck.
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