Sex is a major component of romance and relationships. At a certain point, the question of sex creeps into the equation. Every woman has to deal with this question. What do you do when your partner says he is ready for sex? What do you do if you’re not yet ready? How do you communicate your desires?
Communicate, Communicate, & Communicate!
Ladies, this is the most important thing to do when you’re in a relationship or dating! You must communicate your desires and emotions to your romantic partner. Sex is not something to be taken lightly and you should never shy away from telling your partner any fears or hesitations you may have about sex.
Whether you decide to engage in sexual activity or be a virgin, you should be true to who you are.
An Indicator of the Guy’s Quality
Consider this scenario: You’re dating a guy who has significant experience in the sexual arena. But you are a virgin. You feel you don’t want to disappoint the guy, but you also only want to do things you’re comfortable with. You tell the guy and he reacts.
If he reacts in an understanding, compassionate manner, then it shows his maturity and the fact that he appreciates you expressing your feelings. Relationships are exactly about that. They’re about communicating and being there for each other.
And if he doesn’t respond in this manner and instead becomes aggressive, angry, or upset, then it may indicate he is not the right person for you.
Sex requires patience and understanding and should be done only when both partners are physically and emotionally ready.
How would you deal with the situation if your partner was ready for sex, but not you? Please share with me in the comments.