7 Things You Should Never Forget Before Having Sex


Making Sex Better

whitney20s1If you want your partner to be happy with your performance, then there are a few things you need to do before you even take your clothes off. In fact, you should start prepping for sex from the moment you wake up. If you have a strong feeling that you’ll be getting lucky on any particular day, then you need to make it your mission to keep your body looking banging. Check out these physical and mental preparations for better sex!


Make Sure You’re Ready to Have Sex With Them

Sometimes people have sex simply for the pleasure of it; other times people have sex because they see it as an act of love. If you’ve started a relationship with someone, you may want to hold off on the sex. Sex can bring up feelings and emotions that aren’t really there (yet or at all). And the research supports it. Surveys also suggest that many relationships start off on a bett
er foot when a couple waits long enough to learn each other’s communication styles before sex.

Think Positive

Be confident about who you are and what you look like. Think good things about yourself. A confident partner is a sexy partner and sex is great when it is between two happy people who are also willing (and not hesitant) to please each other. If you think positive, you’ll feel good and your partner will feel good about you. Think positively about the experience of sex before you have sex!

images (19)Relax

It may surprise you to know that sexual organ malfunction (for men and women) due tostress is a common issue in the bedroom. Sex is supposed to be fun, so why do we often make such a big deal about it? Why do we stress out over pleasing ourselves and our partners? And why do we let work and life stress get in the way of a good time? Just take a deep breath and relax before sex.

Value the Journey to Your Orgasm

Surveys suggest that many sexual encounters fizzle out when one partner is too focused on achieving an orgasm. Yes, orgasms are great. However, the people who report having the best sex also say they enjoy the path towards the finale, as much as the finale itself. If you find yourself with a partner who is running a marathon to get to the finish line alone, don’t hesitate to speak up before sex.

Talk About What Your Prefer

Sex isn’t always great the first time two people have it together because they don’t take the time to talk about what they like and don’t like. In fact, many women are uncomfortable telling men what they want in bed. Ladies, don’t be shy! If you’re going to have sex with someone, you should feel comfortable enough to tell them what you like and don’t when it comes to sex.


images (20)You warm up before you run a marathon, right? Sex works the same way! Don’t just jump into things the moment your clothes come off! Take your time and engage in some foreplay before sex. It can be as simple as letting your partner explore your erogenous zones and if you want to make it more complicated than that, talk to your partner about the things that turn them on.

Limit Alcohol

When it comes to sex, people often use alcohol to help them relax, but drinking too much can have a negative effect on your libido and your body. If you need a drink to loosen up, go for it, but limit yourself to one or two at the most. If you have more, you could be ruining your night and your partner’s.


  1. It indeed interesting that the article points out the impact of stress on sexual function. However, a more detailed exploration of stress management techniques beyond just relaxation would have been more beneficial.

  2. Certainly, the suggestion to communicate preferences is critical. Nevertheless, the article could have provided more guidance on how to initiate such conversations, particularly for individuals who might find this aspect challenging.

  3. The idea of valuing the journey toward orgasm is quite insightful. It’s imperative to maintain a balanced view of pleasure and avoid the commonplace pitfall of focusing solely on the culmination of the experience.

    • Absolutely, focusing too much on the end goal often detracts from the overall experience. Mutual satisfaction goes beyond just reaching an orgasm; it’s about the connection and enjoyment throughout.

  4. The emphasis on preparing for sex from the moment you wake up seems a bit excessive. It’s crucial to maintain a balanced perspective, where personal grooming and mental readiness do not overshadow genuine connection and intimacy.

  5. While the article offers a comprehensive view on the importance of mutual communication and relaxation, it could benefit from a deeper delve into the psychological aspects of sexual readiness and their long-term implications.

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