Partner feeling my ed is down to her

How do I explain better to my partner that the ed issues I have ,are down to me not her.
When things go wrong she gets upset and says that it makes her feel that she is overweight, unattractive, or that I just don’t find her sexually arousing enough. None of this could be further from the truth.
She is beautiful and sexy. We haveonly been in a relationship for 18 months, but sexual encounters are getting very infrequent now due to these issues.
I am on my first week of this mojo thing and I’m hopeful that it can help me, but in the mean time I don’t want to be upsetting my partner this way :sob:

Yes, I’m dealing with this with my wife. In fact, she gets angry and says it wouldn’t happen with other women. She also has her own issues and background that make my problem even worse for her. It’s a horrible feeling. I’m sorry you’re going through that.

I’m having the same issue with my wife. I can get erect when we are kissing and touching, but the slightest distraction and I can lose it. Of course it triggers her insecurities and she thinks it is down to me not be attracted to her. We have been together for 28 years, literally through thick and thin together, and I have always desired her. I don’t know how to get her to understand that it isn’t about her. And of course worrying about upsetting her just makes it all worse.

It’s so important to be open and honest with your partner. Tell them what you are experiencing, that you are using Mojo, that you are taking steps to address ED. I am experiencing very similar things (losing my erections before sex) and have found that when I show my partner in other ways that I find them attractive and beautiful, they are more patient, more open to non penetrative fun and willing to work through things with me. There is also a couples meditation on the app that might be worth exploring. Keep going and don’t give up!