The condition of an erectile dysfunction in men may have some benefits if us men could see it as a physical reminder that there are other forms of intimate communication with one’s female spouse than sexual intercourse. Maybe there are benefits to erectile dysfunction. More “moments” for intimacy are probably missed by men in their relationships with their wives because they weren’t ready to listen to them than because they weren’t ready to engage in sex with them.
The unseen benefits of erectile dysfunction
Many wives would probably have bigger more frequent smiles on their faces if their husbands would only hear and respond to their appeals for their tender strong help and support in the midst of the messy kitchen or the cluttered living room rather than trying to get them to retreat to a peaceful spot outdoors where they could relax naked in “matching bathtubs” (if you get the “picture”). Drug companies could probably make millions of dollars more if they could make a pill that would make male eardrums more sensitive to female calls for tender loving help than the variety of pills that they now make to improve the flow of blood in the male’s erectile tissue.
E.D. may be the body’s way of telling men that it is time to give more attention to listening to their wives and responding to their needs with tender efforts of help and words of loving appreciation and encouragement than with the physical activity of sexual intercourse. Could there be any solid truth to the benefits of erectile dysfunction in men? What do you think? Let’s talk about this.