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I have been participating in sex with some one who is 10years elder to me since a month and I'm happy with her and got addicted to her and I'm in relation with her since an year but it's been just a month I participated in sex with her and from then I'm in more love with her and can't able to leave her and I'm getting hurt if she talk to some one in a friendly way also. And some times after having a sex for thrice a day my dick is not raising but I can leak the sperm. Any problem?

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This age difference is not conducive to a lasting relationship. Of course the sex will be great and it will be very enjoyable but that is not a measure of your compatibility. You are (in your own words) addicted to her and if you mean that in the real sense addictive relationships are not good. Because you are young and your sex drive will be pretty strong, sex will be exciting but you must look at the age difference and know that this may not be acceptable to family and friends besides its unsuitability. Normally, we recommend either the same age or a maximum difference of only 5 years. Apart from that this looks like a mother/son relationship and there may be issues that are not resolved in your primary relationship with your mom for you to easily become addicted to her. Meet with a relationship counselor and look at all these issues to confirm that this is an unsuitable relationship as it stands. The erection problem you have is more related to the frequency and short gap between sexual intercourse. If this persists with longer gaps then you may have to visit a sexologist and investigate if there are other problems.
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