Have you ever had an experince of “bad sex” and did not want to tell your lover/spouse about the experience? Here are a couple of examples that could lead to possible bad sex:
- Finished too quick and you did not get an orgasm
- Your spouse/lover had an odor
- Your spouse/lover was a little too aggressive
- Your spouse/lover was a little too passive
- You requested foreplay and did not get it at all
- No agreement of the mode, method or process of the sexual act of the evening
- Your spouse/lover was inebriated during the act
- Your spouse/lover wanted to have sex before you left for church
Here are a few methods you can use to make sure this deal-breaker won’t let your relationship perish:
- Change up the positions and/or places. If someone gets too comfortable with one position or location, that may cause them to orgasm too quickly.
- Encourage sex in the shower. Not only will this provide a more versatile and exciting experience, but you won’t have to brave their foul odor!
- Learn to switch roles; sometimes the victim likes to become the “stalker” and vice-versa. If one dominating role is established, this gets old and boring REALLY quick.
- Foreplay is a process that goes beyond the bedroom. Learn how to send sex signals to your spouse WITHOUT the norm. For example, if your man loves the way you wear a favorite pair of jeans, meet him out to dinner in them.
- Should your spouse be inebriated during sex, depending on your personality, this is a perfect situation to take control and turn him/her out! They will usually sober up and pay attention if you mean business!
- Sex before church…??? You might wanna pray about that one!