Sex is something that feels awesome and it tends to bring couples closer together. However, foreplay can actually take your sex life to a whole other level. Unfortunately, foreplay can also kill your sex life, especially if you’re making any one of the following five mistakes below.
Too much talking
Talking brings about arousal, but if you don’t curb it, you could bring an awkward aura to the entire event. The fastest way to kill the mood is to use lines that are overused or try new pet names while you’re in the middle of foreplay. Make sure any talking you do is directly related to body parts and how they make you feel. Finally, never do any talking outside of dirty talk while you’re trying to get it on.
Focusing on one area
Your partner will want you to explore and tease all erogenous zones. Too many times, people fail during foreplay because they begin to focus on the genitalia. They forget to spend time kissing, licking, petting, and nibbling on the ears, neck, shoulders, and so forth. If you focus solely on the genitals, you will turn the mood off quickly.
Moving too fast
Foreplay is not something that should be rushed. You may be horny and simply want to get to the act, but the worst thing you can do is rush through the process and then leave your partner unsatisfied. Men reach their peak quickly, whereas women can take 15 to 20 minutes to warm up completely. The best way to make foreplay successful and leave your partner wanting more is by going slow and gently. Use pressure, but make sure you are able to respond to your partner’s verbal and unspoken communication.
Skipping past foreplay
Regardless of what your mood is, you should never skip foreplay. Foreplay is where you learn more about your partner’s desires and bring them back wanting more. Foreplay is what your partner will remember, and it will also be what helps them determine if you are good in bed or not.
Failing to read your partner
Every person is different, which is why foreplay is a vital part of sexual intercourse. You may not be able to use your usual moves and have a successful interaction. If you do not take and the time to read your partner, to understand what they like and don’t like, you’re likely to leave your partner frustrated.