my friend has been married for seven years now and her husband has problems stayin hard so they have had sex in awhile so she has been usein toys and they are not really workin for her anymore. so her and her husband was talking last night. she told him what happens when they stop working for her and he said well maybe you leave. so she doesnt know what to do about it. [so stay in a very unhappy marrage or find someone else?] she loves him but this is just to much because she has tried to help him him but he wont try anything pills or anything like that becausse he said it's his problem but it is kinda her's to he just doesnt see it like that............. and she wants to know [if you can stay in a sexless marrage and how long it would last?]
Is he under stress? This could also be a medical condition. I do suggest for her husband to see a doctor on this. Any chance he is getting it somewhere else? If he is not willing to try anything...then sorry to say it sounds like he might be cheating and doesn't wanna get help so he doesn't have to be with her in that way. If you love somebody that much, you would be willing to atleast talk to a doctor on the problem.
try being someone other than you watch porn its your man it happens let him play with you with you an on him he will love it change up what you do do what ever if you leave him whos to say the next guy want have the same thing that will have the same thing that will gob a way its up to both of you make him feel like his the **** it will work out
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