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My boyfriend had his prostate removed and can no longer get a full erection. Its been over 3 years. I'm really ok with it. There's lots of ways to enjoy eachother. But he can't get past it. We do great! very compatible. but he imagines the worth that i'm going to cheat on him etc. I'm not. What have people
found to be the best support to gain back self esteem and deal with the lose? I don't want to lose him to his malfunctioning imagination. I live in Los Angeles