How to Ask For What You Want In Bed

How to Ask For What You Want In Bed

Asking your partner for what you want in bed or want does not make you either unreasonable or demanding. On the contrary, it means you are aware of yourself and also comfortable with your attractiveness. It means your comfort is such that you can explore the pleasures of both you and your partner. And this might be the difference between an okay lover and an excellent one.

The dynamic of your long-term or temporary relationship might be entirely altered by cultivating the ability to be open. Being forthright in the pursuit of romantic gratification with your partner can lead to significantly improved outcomes. Sharing and open feedbacks will enable you to learn from each other, better understanding how to gauge your pleasures and comforts. You will learn how to test your desires and boundaries in an ideal manner for both of you. It comes down to being comfortable with one another.

You cannot be too nervous to engage in this conversation when you are already involved in the most !nt!mate way.  Take a close look at all your physical relationships, whether long-term or fleeting, past or present. Evaluate whether you are comfortable discussing exactly what you want to attain or get from them.

Ask yourself whether you are open and candid with your partner whenever they do something you either like or do not like. Do you set boundaries whenever your partner proposes something you would rather not do? Do you go along with such proposals for the sake of your partner’s pleasure and at the expense of yours? Are you able to openly discuss love scenarios trying to find common exploration grounds?

Only after you start having that open and candid conversation with both yourself and your partner, will you begin exploring and enjoying closeness. The enjoyment will be in a manner you could not have accomplished while staying silent and nervous about your experiences. Do not shy away from asking for the best since you deserve it.

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