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I can't see someone getting upset at you if you bring it up in conversation as though you are concerned its your fault"

Believe this or not....the wives were the ones that, with me, got the angriest and most offended when I dared mention the issue. I thought the husbands would get pissed...but did not expect the wives to friggin go hormonal about it.


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Now the problem. My husband and his wife always have a great time but he always seems to have a problem keeping it functional and leaving me unfufilled. My hubby always takes care of me when we get home but the point is its just not working for me."

I have experienced this as well. There were some that told me that I should be happy since my husband took care of me in the end anyways. I said that was a crock of bullshit LOL. BUT I am probably wrong on this issue. My thing is this. If you know your husband is a 3 minute pop rocket or has clinical erectile dysfunction...it is not my job to get you laid. I know its a recession, but thats ridiculous, even for me lol. I do not really know a resolution to this issue. It is NOT the man's fault, nor should he feel bad about it. The only ones that annoyed me were the ones that DID know about it...and had the agenda of getting her hers. But again...I may have a jacked up perspective of it too LOL.


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So its a generic firmness issue.

I can only suggest you approach the other wife and ask her if its like that when he is with her and lead the conversation along the lines of "is it something about me that causes this issue" and see if she volunteers any information.

I can't see someone getting upset at you if you bring it up in conversation as though you are concerned its your fault: triggering their empathy instead of reflexive defensiveness about a touchy subject.

Aside from medication: excercise, hydration, quitting smoking, abstinence, or additional condom practice (if youre using them and hes not used to it), or b12 vitamins could all be helpful for him. (Where applicable).

-M

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They are the same age as us and we have played same and separate rooms. Sometimes a lot of foreplay other times just spontaneous. He has always cum I think but not fully aroused. A few times in me but usually I assist and he handles it himself cumming on my breast and other other places. Which is ok with me but not all the time.

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More details are needed.

Age of your playmate. Same or separate room. Too much/not enough foreplay. How long since he last came.

-M

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We have been seeing this couple for about 6 months. They are a great couple socially, We always enjoy their company and always have alot of fun and laughs. Now the problem. My husband and his wife always have a great time but he always seems to have a problem keeping it functional and leaving me unfufilled. My hubby always takes care of me when we get home but the point is its just not working for me. I'm looking for a non confrontational way to address this, as short of not seeing them any more. Sure I'm not the only one to have had this problem and would love to hear how others have dealt with this.

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