This Seemingly Innocent Mistake Can Make You Come Too Soon

This Seemingly Innocent Mistake Can Make You Come Too Soon

I’m pretty sure that lasting for as long as you can during lovemaking is one of the key things you’ve got in your sexual checklist. Besides giving your wife, girlfriend or lover the sexual satisfaction she wants when you’re at it in bed, you’re also going to have an amazing experience while at it.

But the thing is there’s just one small problem. You’re simply noticing that you are coming sooner than you used to when things get hot in the bedroom these days. And it’s already getting you worried that it’s just going to get worse sooner or later.

Now while premature ejaculation is no doubt one of the worst experiences that you can ever go through when you’re looking to give your partner a mind-blowing sex session, it’s not something that you should suffer from for the rest of your life.

And unlike what a lot of so-called “sex gurus” are saying, getting your hands on pills, creams, gels and other artificial stuff that claim to prevent premature ejaculation isn’t the solution either. Sure they may get the job done, but you’re also putting yourself at risk to a number of adverse side effects in the process.

During my extensive research into the male sexuality, though, I learned that a lot of guys tend to make a seemingly innocent mistake that can make them extremely prone to premature ejaculation. Let me explain what I mean…

I’ll kick things off by asking a very simple question. What is your ultimate goal when you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already heating things up in bed? If you’re anything like most men, chances are your answer would be “to get an orgasm and ejaculate.”

But what’s really interesting is this mindset is probably the reason why you’re coming too soon during lovemaking these days.

See, a lot guys inadvertently think of gratifying their sexual pleasure first instead of doing just that to their partners. Although this doesn’t sound negative in terms of triggering premature ejaculation at first, it is actually going to significantly rev up the amount of positive hormones that are produced and released in the body during sexual arousal.

And if you’ve been following AdviceForHim.com for a while now, you probably already know that this basically speeds up the sexual arousal process and sets off your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses way sooner that they should.

So the next time you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are prepping up for action in the bedroom, make it a point to focus more on her pleasure than yours and you’ll just be surprised with how long you’re going to last during your sex session.

(Now here’s a simple foreplay trick that you can do to get her really fired up.)


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