Bigger is better. The more the better. Size matters. As a culture, we’re obsessed with having the most things, or the longest anything in this case. Blame it on advertising, not security, a society where men still weigh everything against their own chickens; Whatever the reason, it’s not surprising why it’s so funny to stay in bed for a long time, and it seems like a good idea. The truth is, it’s not that simple.
Of course, Missy Elliott’s signature message about wanting “no one minute” remains true. You might be fine. You might be great. But in sixty seconds? That may not be the case. If you only need 60 seconds, you can start honing your other skills. Here are some things to consider before dealing with your next encounter.
Sex isn’t a sprint, but it’s not a marathon.
Giving up the amount of time you spend on intercourse is directly related to the quality of the guy you give. An hour of bad sex is still bad sex, but the five exciting moments can be memorable. We’ve experienced the same number of connections, because we spend a lot of time staring at the ceiling and trying to determine how to politely ask: “are you done? After applying the same energy, in order to get to the same page as your partner, distance sex marathon doesn’t seem as attractive (or victorious) as it used to be.
The key to good sex is communication.
Your intimate contact penetrates more than it does alone. Whispering in your partner’s ear, “how are you?” Strokes don’t correspond to useful communication – find out what they want directly. This can happen before you get to your bedroom (dirty talk may even lead you there). Improving the quality of communication not only leads to better sex (it’s a fact), but it also leads to healthier relationships, at any level of good friends, married 15-year-olds.
Find other ways to please your partner.
If you’re trying to distance yourself, you don’t feel like you’re fast enough, and don’t let the quick times get you down. There are always ways, such as mastering the art of licking the shade, and making sure you have a confident, determined, but conscious touch. Start gently, reading the signal. But the most important thing is to show that you have invested in your partner’s pleasure, not how long you can destroy it and eventually get around your last short (or long).
You may have been going on for long enough.
Those who have gone far may have to check with your partner. Maybe you’re killing the game, really putting it in a long period of ecstasy, but your partner can also adapt to you and your ego – just ask! And you don’t have to say, “will I last long?” You can simply put forward this survey because they want to learn more about their needs. In addition, after you can check all the work for them (in second) if you have to find something you like may be more comfortable, this may help you get off more quickly – before the end of your partner and staring at the ceiling.
Bottom line: communication. Once you don’t waste energy, as long as you can, you’ll have a sex life that’s evolving and improving — the last thing you need to worry about is the clock. And there are always two.