I need help to get my li­bido back


I have a prob­lem with my sex drive. In the past I have been pre­scribed treat­ment for de­pres­sion and anx­i­ety, although I am not tak­ing those med­i­ca­tions now. I have tried Vi­a­gra and my doc­tor has sug­gested psy­cho­sex­ual coun­selling as she feels it is a psy­cho­log­i­cal prob­lem rather than a phys­i­cal one. I have made a fe­male friend on­line who sup­ports me. We have a good friend­ship and I have told her about my re­duced sex drive. She lives in an­other coun­try and is look­ing for a re­la­tion­ship. She says I am hand­some and gor­geous and that she also en­joys my com­pany. I am not sure if I am phys­i­cally at­tracted to her – I think it is more an emo­tional at­tach­ment be­cause she is so warm and friendly. Can you sug­gest some­where that I can find some psy­cho­sex­ual coun­selling? I have re­searched help with Re­late but can’t af­ford the fees. There can be many rea­sons for los­ing your li­bido, in­clud­ing de­pres­sion, anx­i­ety and some of the treat­ments for th­ese, as well as hav­ing low testos­terone lev­els, so please talk to your GP again and ask for fur­ther help. The woman in your let­ter sounds kind and very un­der­stand­ing. I re­ally hope she is gen­uine, but you need to make sure that she re­ally wants a re­la­tion­ship with you and is not just try­ing to use you as a pass­port to this coun­try. How­ever, as you say you have lit­tle or no sex­ual at­trac­tion to her, it is not the right re­la­tion­ship for you any­way. Some coun­selling ser­vices of­fer re­duced fees for peo­ple on low in­comes so search lo­cally.

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