Attentive Man With Erectile Dysfunction


I met Peter, a doctor, through a friend of my father’s. He was charming. I asked my usual early relationship question, “Are you seeing anyone?” Peter said, “No — I was but it’s over.” I thought “WOW” — I finally got lucky.

First date Peter took me to his house at the beach — and afterwards insisted we drive an hour to meet my father. I thought, “WOW” again.

Second date — Peter accompanied me to a luncheon upstate and then a family related dinner. Now I’m thinking, “What a guy….” Peter was attentive, punctual, would call in in-between dates — like clockwork.

Third date? Skiing with my children. Things seemed perfect — a man who was into me AND my family. What more could I ask for?

Well… one Friday afternoon Peter called me from his private phone at his office, and after we hung up I realized I had forgotten to tell him something. I called back 5 seconds later — no answer. I thought, “That’s strange…… “

When I finally talked to Peter at the end of the weekend and told him I tried to reach him he was silent. I said, “Peter, are you sure you’re not seeing anyone.” He said, “I was — it’s over — but it’s complicated.”

My heart sank. I knew what was coming. I said, “Peter, is it complicated because you own the beach house together?” He admitted this was so. So I asked another question.

ME: Peter — do you own your apartment in the city with your girlfriend?

PETER: Yes — it’s very complicated.

ME: Yeah. Do you work with your girlfriend? You do? Are you partners in your practice? You are?

Then Peter told me he thought I had given him an STD (this was impossible). He said he was going to his doctor that morning. I told him to please call me and let me know what the doctor said. I immediately called my doctor — she told me Peter was full of crap (she knows my medical history) — but I insisted on going through every test possible to confirm that HE had not given me anything. He did not. My doctor said he probably didn’t even go to his doctor.

Well…. I pulled a Milicia. I called the girlfriend at their office and left a voice mail on her confidential voice mail. I figured if I called the house — he would erase it.

My message? “Hi, this is Amber. I have been dating your boyfriend. He thinks I gave him an STD. I have not — I have been tested and there is nothing wrong with me. I thought you should know he is sleeping with other women.”

What was Peter’s response when I told him I had left a message?

Peter: I don’t get back — I get even.

And then he had the nerve to tell me his unfaithful behavior days were OVER.

What a jerk. Do you know what I learned from Peter? That sometimes men call faithfully so you don’t call them. And sometimes they’re punctual because they have erectile dysfunction and they time the date with the ED RX.

What a limp excuse for a man. (CLICK ON LINK)

So What - Pink