When you’re sleeping with a woman, do you ever get the inclination that she’s uncomfortable or that something is out of order? That being said, you may be correct — there may be something she is letting you know. Look at these non-verbal communication developments and responses that reasonable imply that something is up with your young lady. On the off chance that you have the capacity to stand up to these issues, you may have the capacity to take out the sexual party pooper that is abiding in your young lady.
She won’t look at you: If she lets you get inside her but won’t even look up at you, something is definitely up. And not in a good way. If every time you lean in to kiss her, she turns her face and doesn’t open her eyes, there is definitely a problem.
Her expressions are stoic: If you’re giving the session your all and she’s staring into space or focusing all her attention on the ceiling, something has got to give.
She doesn’t move: You’re pulling out all the stops; you’re going down, coming up, licking, kissing, biting, rubbing, and all that good stuff. And she just lies there — like a dull body.
She acts like a guy: Alright, so this may be a terrible speculation, yet she may do things like climax and need to go to a sudden end and not give you a chance to touch her after its over or forego foreplay completely.
She hides her body: So, your girl is acting like a nun and won’t get naked in front of you. As much as you want to enjoy her body visually, she leaves the room by slowly backing out. Or, she needs to have all the lights off when you have sex and the blankets need to be covering her. Let’s break that habit.
She never reciprocates: You go down on her and take your time, making sure to please her in every way possible, but she never goes down on you. You seduce her constantly, doing your best to turn her on and make her enjoy the sex, and yet she never comes on to you or initiates sex.
Make it work: Sex as you must know by now is just as important as trust, love and all that other good stuff. If you and your girl aren’t on the same sexual wavelength, chances are things aren’t going to suddenly change.
Dare to discuss it. Ask her what she thinks about sex, how important it is to her, and how often she’d like to engage in it. If her responses are way off from what you’d expect, then you might want to reconsider opting to spend the majority of your time with her.