Husband: Yes. I’ve been checked out by both my GP and a urologist. Nothing medically showed up. I’m pretty healthy. I mean I barely even drink. Maybe a couple of beers or a glass of wine now and then butâ€”The one doctor tried putting me on some of those medicines for erectile dysfunction. Like the ones advertised on TV. But they didn’t work. I just can’t seem to get it up. Which is how we ended up here. This is out of the blue for both of us. I’ve never had this before. I’ve never even been to see a therapist. We just want to work this out. (Grabbing his wife’s hand firmly and looking at her).
Psychologist: Ofcourse, you do. So what else is going on with you, maybe at home or at work?
Husband: I think things are pretty good overall. Wouldn’t you say honey?
Wife: Yeah, no problems. None that I can think of. We have two children. They’re wonderful, doing just great. And things are fine for me at work. I’m a nurse. I work part-time.
Husband: And I’m in marketing. I just went through my annual review and I got flying colors. So no stress there.
Psychologist: Well that’s good to hear. Well, it sounds like you’re not seeing any other issues related to this?
Husband: (Shaking his head) No.