Sometimes women are not realize what are the mistakes they do when in bed. Look thought the below top 5 mistakes and try to prevent it.
1. Expecting your lover to read your mind.
Men are not mind readers and each woman can vary in terms of what pleases her and helps her reach orgasm. Let your partner know how he can please you. Be specific and concrete. Show him. Gentle but clear direction will be greatly appreciated. Your man wants to please you. You just need to tell him how.
2. Being a passive partner.
This shows up in a number of ways. Men don’t necessarily want to have to run the show all the time. Be willing to initiate sex — men like to be seduced as well. Be willing to try new things. No one wants to have the same meal for dinner night after night after night. Learn to get comfortable being out of your comfort zone — you just might discover new pleasures and your partner will love you all the more for it.
3. Expecting your lover to perform on demand — anytime, anywhere.
Contrary to what some men will have you believe, men do not have an instant “on” switch for sex. Men are entitled to be tired, stressed, not in the mood or interested in just cuddling, just as women are.
4. Talking during and after sex.
Not that kind of talk, if you know what I mean. Let’s face it ladies, we know how to talk and we know when we have a captive audience. But I was surprised to find out from men how many women use sexual encounters as the time to go over needs, complaints, schedules, problems, etc. with their mates.
The bottom line? Stop it. Turn off any non-sexy talk.
5. Not taking care of your hygiene.
This one was a hard one for me to include but in all honesty, a lot of men have this complaint. So here’s my suggestion on this one. Simply be aware of your overall health and hygiene. If you know you are going on a hot date with your honey, shower, shave and lotion yourself up with your favorite body lotion. Be aware of any infections and take good care of your health. Of course, the same goes for the men out there. Let’s be responsible partners for each other when it comes to disease, cleanliness, birth control and health.