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Don’t force sex if she’s not in the mood

Don’t force sex if she’s not in the mood. This is another one which can be difficult especially if your sex life has already started to go downhill, but it’s absolutely critical if y...

Don’t force sex if she’s not in the mood. This is another one which can be difficult especially if your sex life has already started to go downhill, but it’s absolutely critical if you want to have great sex in your relationship according to http://enlargement-world.blogspot.com/2016/10/oral-sex-and-power-play.html

This could possibly be the BIGGEST mistake that guys make in relationships. By persistently trying to force sex when she’s not in the mood, you are shooting yourself in the foot and killing her long-term sexual attraction to you. Remember - the more pressure there is for her to have sex with you, the less she will WANT to have sex with you. Any type of explicit pressure that you put on her to have sex with you is intensely damaging to her sexual desire for you, and should be avoided at all costs. This includes: • Acting pissed off or depressedgecause she won’t have sex with you • Trying to have a “serious talk” about your sex life, or attempting to logically convince her to have sex with you • Trying for sex repeatedly after she’s told you she’s not in the mood • Directly or indirectly threatening to leave the marriage or otherwise withdraw from her unless he has sex with you While it’s very tempting to engage in this type of behavior if she hasn’t had sex with you for a while, you must resist the urge. Although it may be difficult at first, you’ll find that if you stay relaxed and don’t pressure her - while also using the other techniques in this chapter - her sex drive will soon return to normal. 4. Occasionally tease her, and then DON’T have sex with her A technique that I’ve found extremely effective in monogamous relationships is to tease her and get her extremely turned on, then to NOT have sex with her. This is another technique which would completely backfire with my wife you just met, but which works wonders in a long-term relationship or marriage. By teasing her and then denying her the sexual pleasure she craves, she will feel intense feelings of deprivation and anger for a short amount of time. This adds the all-important element of RISK to your sex life again - now when she initiates sex with you, it’s not completely safe and predictable. She’s taking a chance that maybe you’ll get her really turned on, then refuse to satisfy her - and within the atmosphere of a long-term relationship, this can make sex exciting again. Adding Variety 5. Cycle between “animal attraction” and “recovery” in your relationship I’ve observed a lot of couples where the woman became sexually bored with the man after a few years - and a few where the woman was still sexually desired her man after 5, 10 or even 20 years. Some of these couples still having great sex even had kids - it didn’t really matter, they still found the time and energy for sex.

Tell her that you shouldn’t be doing this as you undress each other. Then, afterwards, hurry off to the job you’re “late” to. This way you can have your cake and eat it too: you can have that “taboo” sex, while not actually damaging your professional life. Videotape her having sex with you, and have her perform for the camera. This is risky sexual behavior for her because she’s taking the chance that the tape will someday be used against her, but within the trust of a long-term relationship this will actually make sex more exciting.

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Alexander P is a blogger who studies sexuality. He lives in Los Angeles, CA.



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