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Posted by: REFILWE | 2012/08/12

POOR SEXUAL PEFORMANCE

MY HUSBAND DOES NOT SATISFY ME IN BED WHAT CAN BE DONE TO HELP THE SITUATION

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It is often a misbelief of women that men are just meant to know what satisfies a woman. The reality is that men and women respond differently and often what felt good for a woman at one time may be different another. it is not possible for your husband to know exactly what it is that you like, so it is important that you guide him in a kind loving way. But first you need to know yourself what feels good for you. It is important o explore your own body so that you know which are the areas which respond. It is then important to let your husband know what it is that you enjoy or that satisfies you. One of the areas which may be problematic, is that men generally respond much quicker than women. The normal time for a man to reach climax or ejaculate is about 2 minutes after vaginal penetration. This would often be too fast for a women to even begin to feel aroused. It would be a good idea to explain that you may need more time spent on what is referred to as 'foreplay' so that you can feel satisfied and not left feeeling frustrated.

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Posted by: Digital_Sex®  | 2012/08/13

What do you want him to do in bed to be a satisfied woman?

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Posted by: sexologist | 2012/08/12

It is often a misbelief of women that men are just meant to know what satisfies a woman. The reality is that men and women respond differently and often what felt good for a woman at one time may be different another. it is not possible for your husband to know exactly what it is that you like, so it is important that you guide him in a kind loving way. But first you need to know yourself what feels good for you. It is important o explore your own body so that you know which are the areas which respond. It is then important to let your husband know what it is that you enjoy or that satisfies you. One of the areas which may be problematic, is that men generally respond much quicker than women. The normal time for a man to reach climax or ejaculate is about 2 minutes after vaginal penetration. This would often be too fast for a women to even begin to feel aroused. It would be a good idea to explain that you may need more time spent on what is referred to as 'foreplay' so that you can feel satisfied and not left feeeling frustrated.

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