Better sexlife recommendations

Be better in bed … that would fix so many lifestyle problems. Here are a few advices on how to be better in your sex life and what benefits this brings to your life. Work on the mental aspect and maintain self-respect. It is vital to work with your own psychic as well as taking care of your body. Be creative and push your imagination and eroticism to the limits. Live, get rid of the monotony, life is beautiful! Sincere communication with the partner Regardless of the problem, everything can be solved with the help of honest communication with the partner. Each person reacts differently to the situations they face, but that should not stop you from being honest with your partner and finding the best solution together to solve any problem.

Research suggests that better communication is key to better sex, and no, we don’t necessarily mean dirty talk. Communicating what you like and don’t like can be instructional and informative as you get to know each other’s bodies. If he’s doing something you like, say so rather than relying on ambiguous gestures or noises. And if it’s something you’re not into, communicate that or guide him in a new direction. Want to try a different angle? Suggest one. If simultaneous orgasm is your goal and you’re close to climaxing, don’t be mum about it.

No matter what sexual technique you learn to employ, it will all be wasted unless you can learn to be present with the person in front of you. But what does presence actually mean? It can sound like a bit of a newage-y intangible concept to a lot of guys. Presence means responding and calibrating to what your partner needs moment to moment. It means, instead of burying your face over her shoulder during missionary, you pull back and share ample eye contact. It means paying attention to the person in bed with you. Don’t just ‘run the script’ of the sexual technique that you learned in Maxim, or from your equally uninformed guy friends. Drop into your body, pay attention to the experience of the person you’re playing with, and make your lovemaking into a mutually pleasurable dance.

There isn’t really one golden rule, but a recent study suggested that more sex doesn’t mean better sex and that the happiest couples have sex only once a week. So if you’re anxious about you and your partner not screwing like rabbits, there’s proof that the more energy you put into making regular weekly sex *better* will pay off in the long run. Find additional details by reading this article Be better in bed.

Make the first move. Guys can’t read your mind and it gets tiring risking rejection. “I love a girl who’ll take charge, knows what she wants, and isn’t afraid to say it,” says one man. One great way to make the first move is to just “unbutton my shirt and start feeling me,” suggests another.