She Won't Enjoy Foreplay If You Do This

She Won’t Enjoy Foreplay If You Do This

If you’re anything like most guys, chances are you consider foreplay as an important part of lovemaking. Unless you warm up your wife, girlfriend or lover properly while at it, there is a big possibility that she won’t be able to completely get ready for action as you go along.

And when this happens, your partner will either have a tricky time achieving an orgasm while at it or perhaps not enjoy the whole thing at all.

What’s really interesting is there’s a simple mistake a lot of men tend to make that can easily ruin a woman’s foreplay experience. It’s even possible that you’re unknowingly doing this one, too.

Let me explain what I mean…

If you’ve been following AdviceForHim.com for a while now, you probably already know that the brain plays a key role when it comes to getting your wife, girlfriend or lover ready for lovemaking.

Besides activating the endocrine glands to churn out positive hormones to get your partner’s body going in bed, it also oversees when to kick in her orgasmic responses in the process.

However, the brain does a lot more than this when things are already getting hot in the bedroom. It is still completely able to perform its functions when it comes to speculating, logic and imagining things.

Now here’s the foreplay mistake that I was telling you about earlier…

Although I’ve emphasized the importance of getting a woman’s mind going outside of the bedroom by sending her kinky text messages and emails to tease her brain into releasing positive hormones even before you began your foreplay session, keeping at it when you’re already heating things up in bed will only lead to the opposite.

Sure telling your wife, girlfriend or lover which erogenous zones you’re going to stimulate and the techniques you’re going to use while at it may be a rather sexy idea, but I learned during my extensive research into the female sexuality that you’re just giving her brain key clues that can prevent her from really enjoying the experience.

This is because the brain will already know which areas you’re going to concentrate on and significantly lower the pleasurable sensations that she will feel. And that’s even when you’re already bringing your A-game during foreplay.

One thing you can do though is deliberately tricking your partner on which erogenous zones to stimulate and the techniques you’re going to use. Say you’re going to suck on her nipples, but lick her clitoris instead. She will be caught off guard and this will surely heighten the sensations she’s going to feel.


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