Jealous husbands fear my good looks – they wouldn't if they knew I have erectile dysfunction | The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: I’VE apparently missed out on work because I’m too good looking.

I’m not bigging myself up here, but it’s a fact.

I’m 41 and build pools in Spain.

A woman recently asked me to fix hers and when I asked why she hadn’t called earlier, she said, “My husband wouldn’t allow it. You’re too handsome.

"Other men around here say it too.”

But these men would not feel so threatened if they knew I have erectile dysfunction.

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I married at 23 but that didn’t last.

I then had two other long-term relationships and they both left me because of my problem.

This woman’s husband had left her so we ended up in bed, but sex was difficult again.

She said she’d never been with somebody “so vanilla” when it came to sex.

I felt like such a bore.

I don’t think I’ll ever hold down a relationship or get a steady stream of work.

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DEIDRE SAYS: Past relationships have knocked your confidence.

My support pack Solving Erection Problems may help you to improve your sexual prowess.

The best sex comes from a loving relationship, so look for that rather than casual flings.

When people see you’re in a stable relationship and therefore less likely to be a threat, the work may start to come in too.

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