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Women, have you experienced issues with your partner, SA or husband dealing with premature ejaculation and how did you handle this issue  without being insensitive, but at the same time explaining that you are not completely satisfied?




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      Denise Richardson wrote Nov 3, 2011
    • I haven’t had this experience, but I think you need to be open and honest with your partner, first off is he on any type of medication that can altar his ability to keep an erection or is he having some kind of health issues, if no is the answer to these questions then you need to be sensitive towards him with this but you can try to be a help to him, by asking him if he’d like to speak with a therapist about his issue. Trust me most men already know they have a problem and don’t need women beating them in the head about it, it is a touchy situation, but in order to have a health and trustworthy relationship this issue needs to be talked about amongst the two of you as well as a sex therapist if he is willing.




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      Anonymous wrote Nov 3, 2011
    • Oh yea, and he says its because Im so hot, he just cant help it, God love him :)




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