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How Your Woman Really Feels About You Cumming Too Soon…… A Woman’s Viewpoint

 

I can assure you that most women want to enjoy longer sex with their man, not premature ejaculation.

PE is often an embarrassing situation, where shortly after sex begins, it comes to an end, which is disappointing after just a few breathless gasps and orgasmic spasms. To top it all off, men who do not know how to last long in bed will almost certainly frustrate their woman sexually.

 

Have you ever stopped to consider how your woman really feels about you cumming too soon? Well, premature ejaculation denies a woman the chance to fully enjoy sex and worse still is that she doesn’t get to reach her orgasm. Often with these frustrations, a woman will probably not talk about it to her partner. Though she may perhaps, talk about it in low tones later with her friends.Learning how to last longer in bed

 

To make matters worse, men often do not seek help to solve this problem. Premature ejaculation can eventually lead a relationship into serious trouble.

So why is it that women also hate talking about premature ejaculation.

It’s in a women’s nature to avoid fully opening up about sex with their partner. To a woman, sex is a deeply sensitive topic, and they don’t wish to offend their man. Perhaps this is one of the main reasons why many women go to the extent of faking orgasms. From a women’s viewpoint, talking about premature ejaculation is a tricky subject, and one most women would probably rather avoid.

Why is this?

  • A man’s ego is at stake.

Women are well aware of how much a man’s ego means to him, especially when it comes to sex. Risking making a man feel less in bed can strain any relationship. Often if a man’s ego is at stake, a woman will prefer to keep quiet.

 

  • Men can think a woman is cheating on them.

When a woman brings up the topic of premature ejaculation to their partner, the man may suspect that she has been with another who she feels is better than him. If she tells her man that he is not lasting long enough in bed? What will he think? Well, I’ll tell you, you can find yourself between a rock and a hard place, trying to explain how much you have been faithful to him. To avoid being accused of infidelity, women will just let the problem slip off.

 

  • It’s embarrassing.

Telling a man that he has premature ejaculation is one thing that women find embarrassing to do. Letting a man think that he is the best in bed allows him to walk with his head held high. Embarrassing your man is not something a woman wants to do. Probably this is the reason why most women will lie and say that everything is okay if ever asked about the topic.

 

  • A woman hopes that her partner will change.

Most women will think that the problem is temporary and hope that it will change. Others even think that their partner will realize they have a problem and address the issue themselves. Let’s be honest, if you are a man, and you notice that you take two or even fewer minutes to ejaculate, that should raise a concern for you. Often a woman will assume that their partner is aware of their situation.

For other women, they will think that it was one of those low days or maybe you were tired or having a bad day and think that it will be better next time.

 

  • Fear of the unknown.

According to a recent University of Zurich study on premature ejaculation most women will avoid talking about the issue directly as they do not know what their partner will do, or how they will react. Some men will end up looking for other partners to try out and see if the problem is with them. Losing a partner to another woman is not easy.

 

  • Most men will not admit they have a problem.

Most men are naturally reluctant to admit that they might have a problem in lasting longer in the bedroom. In most cases, they will avoid the issue or even tell the woman that she is the problem. It can end up being a blame game on who is not doing what right!

 

  • To avoid putting pressure on their partner.

Many women find it difficult to tell their partners about their premature ejaculation issue, knowing it can put pressure on their man to do more and try harder. To a man, it can appear as if they are not being appreciated for their efforts and only that their woman is focussing too much on the negative side.

 

Sex is such a sensitive issue, and many women will shy away from telling their partners about premature ejaculation. But not telling them is not going to help in the long run. A woman will continue to suffer from sexual dissatisfaction for as long as her partner suffers from premature ejaculation. Keeping silent is not the best idea in the long term. We should aim to discuss tactfully with our partner, how we really feel about the issue of premature ejaculation in our relationship, so we can seek a solution together.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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