Join Date: Dec 2016
Location: The Frozen North
Re: Sex less marriage
Speaking as someone who was formerly over 300Lbs, get him to a physician and quick. I paid very little attention to my self, and had always struggled with my weight. I lost it back in the 80's only to gain it back with a vengeance. In short, it precipitated two heart attacks and a fairly severe case of diabetes. Sticking a needle into me is what caused me to get religion. I have lost 100lbs. I had to apologize to my wife, as that weight kept me from performing regularly and it robbed me of 2 inches. Yes, I used to think I was somewhat below average, then as I crossed weight milestones length began to show itself.
Weight opens you to every lousy disease in the books, from heart attacks, (I had my first at age 40, weight at age 312), diabetes (when I was on the gurney suffering my second heart attack, the triage physician yells out; "how long have you been diabetic?", I respond, "about six seconds".) Sexual performance waned until I joined Weight Watchers, got my ass into a gym (PS, you want sex, start working out, your body will crave it as your health improves). At age 62, my weight loss journey (it has taken me about 6 years) is nearly complete. I weigh 198. My penis has increased by more than 25% from my 40's. We have mind blowing earth shattering sex nearly every other day. I have given my wife a new man with a sexual appetite that would put to shame any kind of affair. You guys are newlywed, and you do not want to go about burying him anytime soon. Get him into weight watchers and start a physical routine-I started by walking, 15 minutes at first, gradually increasing to an hour. By that time, he should be ready to join a gym. I could not do more than 5 minutes on the elliptical when I started, now I can do an hour flat out. It is a journey, but if you do it right, he will thank you for the decades he has added to his life, let alone the sex.