Psychologist Robyn Salisbury helps a reader with a relationship dilemma. Of course I can feel that there's something inside me, and I feel arousal and pleasure during foreplay, but when it comes to the full frontal intercourse with any man, I don't feel any pleasure or excitement, I just feel uncomfortable. Trying unique positions doesn't help and being on top makes no difference to being on the bottom. This really takes a toll on my intimacy, I feel like I'm doing all the work and it makes the person I'm with insecure.
Dear Mrs Salisbury: I can't feel anything during sex
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Good sex is way more than just an orgasm. In fact, if the quality or number of orgasms are the only signs you know the sex was good , you're missing out on a whole universe of complex feelings and emotions that accompany having great sex. Orgasms are definitely important: They make partners feel open and relaxed, and that flood of chemicals to the brain definitely offers a host of health benefits. If your partner isn't checking up on you to make sure you did have an orgasm — and to find out whether you would like some more — then they aren't being very considerate in the bedroom and should adjust their behavior accordingly. But again, great sex is much more than an orgasm. In fact, your orgasm can feel weak and unfulfilling if you didn't have some amount of feelings and emotions behind it. According to intimacy and sexuality coach Irene Fehr , great sex involves connection to oneself, to their partner, and to their innermost desires.
What Does Sex Feel Like To A Woman?
This is a question I have been often asked with an expression of guilt. Men physiologically tend to desire sex more than women. Laumann , there are several differences in the sex drive of a man and a woman. They are:. I have 5 kids so I think I am 5 times more distracted!
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