Communicating Sexual Needs
Being able to communicate your sexual needs and wants is essential in a relationship. Discover the right way to communicate effectively.
Clients of mine have suffered from communication, communicating their wants, needs, desires and fantasies. Communicating these key factors could really spark your intimacy and improve your sex life over all.
Question, what are your fantasies? How do you like your sex? Passionate, aggressive, playful?
Do you like to role-play, foreplay, intercourse the best? Would you rather be the submissive or dominant in sex?
We all have a sex-signature and just figuring out what makes you truly unique is what makes you, you!
As an intimacy coach and sex expert I come across many clients of mine that have a hard time asking for what they really want in the bedroom. This is your best friend, your partner, your lover. If choosing them to be ‘the one’ you can at least do them a favor in giving them that honesty they so truly deserve. What’s the worst that’s going to happen their going to say “Yes”, “No”, “How do you like it?” If your needs go unmet it becomes your fault for not giving your partner that chance to met your needs. Right? I mean come on give it a try, really be up front and give them a chance.
We grow up in a society where we kinda have to figure sex out on your own. Slowly this world is becoming more aware that sex is so natural and should be educated more effective. It easier to talk about with friends, family and colleagues but, not your spouse. I was always taught if something’s bothering you to say something, doesn’t that apply here too? Couples settle for a just ‘okay’ relationship when it can be brilliant with just a little bit of work. I mean do you believe an amazing sex life is just suppose to happen ‘naturally’? I don’t think so, that takes a lot of time and dedication and effort. In saying that I believe the more sex you have in your relationship the satisfying the overall relationship.The more you have sex the more you stay interested in sex, make sense? It kinda like if you don’t use it, you lose it! Sex is so important in a relationship and of course intimacy too. If there is no sex or intimacy in a relationship slowly the relationship will die. You can not have a relationship without intimacy, there’s so many different types of intimacy without the relationship would not work out. Intellectual, Spiritual, Sexual, Physical and Emotional are all types of intimacy. Many people only think there’s only sexual and emotional. NO! There’s so much more to it than that. It’s like peeling an onion back layer by layer to get to the middle. Intimacy takes time to build and it builds over time, it just doesn’t come with the relationship. As an sex coach I help individuals and couples to understand their own sexuality, spark that intimacy that has always been there to discover. Unlocking that ideal partner that thrives within to be their best and reaching their full potential as a lover.
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