If you take away foreplay from your lovemaking session, the only thing you have left is sex. Sex in its entirety is awesome but its value is grossly reduced if you don’t experiment with foreplay before undergoing the actual sexual act. Foreplay helps you learn the things you would enjoy your partner to do to you and those you do not want.
However, there’s a chance that you would want to repeatedly do the same thing that drives her wild repeatedly which is bound to become boring to her when you stick only to it. Here are five things you’re probably doing that turns her off doing foreplay and things you can do to fix the situation.
Concentrating Only on One Spot
A lot of men make the mistake of putting most, if not all of their focus on one area when making out. The most common area which men tend to concentrate on are the genitals but there are other areas which tickle her fancy. You may want to try focusing on her entire body. Caress, Lick and nibble on the erogenous zones. These non-sexual parts include the neck, back, ears and belly button. When you focus on these areas of her body, she would be happier for it because it shows that you have an understanding of her wants and needs.
Talking Too Much
While foreplay may require some form of sounds including moaning and talking, chances are you may actually be talking too much during the act which may be a turn off for her. It is important you take caution when you use pet names or phrases that are weird and cliché during foreplay as this may be a turn off for her. Instead of generalising, you can simply talk about how amazing a part of her body is or give her a verbal description of how fantastic you home one of your make out sessions with her would be.
Also, remember to avoid irrelevant conversations like talks about work and family during your time in the bedroom. Recent research indicates that getting and staying aroused has a lot to do with avoiding the stress of day to day lives. The ability to communicate your desires makes your overall sex life better rather than when you talk about your financial state or how terrible work was.