Sex should be about pleasure – two people giving each other a great time. Unfortunately, this is not an experience a lot of people have.
When your partner does not satisfy you in bed, you may find yourself dreading sex and even give up being intimate with him altogether. For most couples, this is usually the beginning of the end.
Before you let things get too bad, consider taking these actions if your partner does not satisfy you in bed.
Figure out what you like
How do you expect your man to know how to please you if you don’t know what you enjoy. Take the time to learn about your body. You may consider masturbation or during sex, ensure you react to what feels good. You need to know where your hot buttons are because what works for one person may not work for the other.
Communication is as important in the bedroom as it is in the relationship as a whole. If your partner does not satisfy you in bed, you have to find a way to let him know. You can outrightly mention it during sex with moans and words like “that feels good,” when he hits the spot, or “let’s try something else” when he doesn’t. You can also try giving him a play by play afterward. Try saying “I liked it when you…” as you cuddle up in the aftermath or even later on via text if you’re more comfortable.
Any man who loves you and wants to please you will appreciate this feedback. It lets him know when he’s on the right track and it means you get an A-plus experience every single time.
So, stop enduring sex and start enjoying it. This is the only way to please both yourself and your partner.
For more on the topic, here are the things that prevent many women from enjoying their sex life.