We’ve all eaten food we didn’t particularly like before because we didn’t want to be rude to whoever prepared it.
Sometimes sex can be the same way.
We may give it up just to make our partner happy even if we really aren’t in the mood.
While there’s nothing wrong with this every once and a while, it’s important to communicate your needs too.
Women often feel overwhelmed and drained from their daily lives.
This exhaustion can make you less likely to want to engage in sexy time no matter how much you love your hubby.
In this episode I’m going to teach you about what I like to call “someone else cooked it sex”, reasons your libido may be lower as a woman, a trick to postpone sex that won’t offend your partner, and more!
I’ll answer these common questions in this episode of The ME Spot Podcast…
-Is it normal to not want to have sex?
-What can I do if I’m too tired for sex?
-How can I communicate better in the bedroom?
-Do men and women take longer to get aroused?
-How can I focus more in bed?
You will learn…
-What “someone else cooked it” sex is
-How to communicate with your partner that you may be too tired for sex
-A trick to postpone sex until you’re less overwhelmed
-How women get more in the mood as sex progresses
-The importance of tracking your sex drive
“Communication in the bedroom in key. If you don’t express your needs, you’ll never be satisfied.”
Remember these takeaways…
- Just like you can refine your food palate, you should also hone your sexual palate!
- I encourage all women to track their sex drive and encounters. It can really help you tune in to your natural rhythms.
- If you don’t want to have sex, you are not obligated to. It’s A-Ok to postpone until you’re in the mood.
- Women tend to have a harder time tuning in to sex than men do! Try taking some responsibilities off your plate to free up your mind so you can be more present.
Your next best step now is…
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