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Like a guy I used to know, who used to be heavy-set, then lost hundreds of pounds. In absence of eating all the things he used to, he'd buy his co-workers foods that he used to eat...pizza, ice cream, sugared pop, etc...lived vicariously, to the detriment of my waistline, but satisfied HIM.
What I'm getting at, is that I find some vicarious satisfaction by pleasing my wife....sexually...however I can in my impotent state. I'm not hearing any complaints, and in fact I find myself paying more attention to her needs than before the prostatectomy. Things are different but not completely...over. Who would think this whole odyssey would teach me to help my fellow-woman more?