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Wednesday, February 1, 2023


I am a 33-year-old man who has been in a committed relationship with my girlfriend for the past two years.


We have had many conversations about our future together, and I am confident that she is the one for me.

However, there is one problem that I have not been able to bring myself to tell her. I am impotent.

I do not know how to tell my girlfriend that I am impotent. It is not something that I am proud of, and it is something that has caused me a great deal of embarrassment and shame.

I have discussed having children with my girlfriend, and although she has not brought it up lately, I know that she has been thinking about it and is interested in having a family with me.


But how do I tell her that I am not able to have children with her? I do not want to hurt her, and I do not want to make her feel like less of a woman because of this.

I want her to know that she is loved and accepted for who she is, despite this limitation.

At first, I thought about trying to hide this from her and hope that she would never find out. But I know that is not the right thing to do. I have to tell her the truth and let her decide if she still wants to stay in the relationship with me.

I also have to make sure that I am honest with her about the possible options that she may have if she chooses to stay with me, such as adoption or surrogacy.

I am still unsure of how to go about this conversation with her. I am scared that she will not understand or accept me and our relationship will be over. But, I also know that I have to be honest and open with her if I want our relationship to work.


The first step is to think about how I am going to bring up the topic. Do I just come out and tell her, or do I try to ease into the conversation?

I think it would be best to start off by telling her how much I care for her and how much I want a family with her. Then, I can tell her that I have something that I need to tell her, and I can explain to her what is going on.

The second step is to figure out how to explain the situation to her. I want to make sure that she understands what is going on and why it is happening.

I also want her to know that I am still the same person, and that I still love her and want to be with her, despite this limitation.

Finally, the third step is to figure out what options are available to us if she still wants to stay in the relationship.

I want to make sure that we both have a clear understanding of what our future could look like, and I want her to be aware of the possible options that she may have if she chooses to stay with me.

I understand that this is not going to be an easy conversation, but I also know that it is something that I must do.

I want my girlfriend to know that I am still the same person that she fell in love with, and I want her to know that I am still committed to our relationship, despite this limitation.

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