Why You Shouldn't Blame Yourself For Coming Too Quickly During Sex

Why You Shouldn’t Blame Yourself For Coming Too Quickly During Sex

If you’re anything like most men, you’ve probably experienced coming too soon during sex more times than you’d care to mention. Sure, many guys hate to admit it but we’ve all been there. And there’s really nothing to be embarrassed about.

While ejaculating rather quickly during lovemaking with your wife or girlfriend can be very awkward, blaming yourself for doing so is perhaps one of the biggest mistakes you’ll ever make if you’re looking to become a better lover. Let me to explain…

Being too hard on yourself when things don’t go as planned between the sheets with your lady only leads to one very destructive thing and that is sexual performance anxiety.

See, having great sex is mostly psychological. Having a positive mindset won’t just make you last longer in bed but will also boost your chances of giving your wife or girlfriend the sexual satisfaction she’s always wanted.

Having a negative mindset, however, only ruins your whole outlook towards sex. Instead of seeing lovemaking as a pleasurable activity for you and your partner, you will only end up getting jumpy and nervous whenever things get steamy in the bedroom.

The longer you have this mindset, the more you’ll be prone to becoming unable to achieve an erection – which will only end up enhancing your anxiety.

So, how do you turn something embarrassing like coming too quickly during sex into something positive? The answers are not as complicated as you think. Make sure you take note of the following tips…

Firstly, accept the fact that you ejaculated too soon. As I have pointed out earlier, there’s nothing really wrong about it. Even the most seasoned Casanovas have experienced coming all too quickly during sex once or twice. Premature ejaculation just proves that you’re a normal guy.

Secondly, women can enjoy sex even if they don’t achieve orgasm immediately. Unless you always come too quickly each time you make love to your wife or girlfriend, you can tell her that you just lost control this time because she is so sexy and pretty. Believe me that line never fails to work.

Thirdly, remember that you can still pleasure her sexually even without penile penetration. You can use your lips, tongue and fingers to stimulate her erogenous zones like the back of her neck, breasts and clitoris. Keep it going long enough until you’re ready for round #2 of your sex session…which will definitely be longer. (Now here are the reasons why giving her the chance to be dominant in bed is a good thing.)


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