Today I’d like to talk about something men hate, but let me forewarn you ladies, you may not like what I have to say at first, but I think if you will read this through to the end, you might end up agreeing with me.
Wives, when you tell your husband during sex, “Just hurry up and finish.” You might as well be saying, “You’re not worth my time.” Now before you get mad at me, hear me out. Sex is supposed to be the most intimate time a married couple can experience together. It’s not just about the sexual act; it’s about connecting with one another on a level you share with no one else.
I know a lot of men who think sex is just about getting their rocks off, having a sandwich and then going to sleep. But there is so much more and guys who only use women as their release valve really haven’t figured it out, regardless of what they think or say.
Having a positive sex life with your spouse takes time and effort on both of your parts. If you tell your husband often to just hurry up and get off of you, I have a couple of questions to ask. Is it because it’s painful? Is he too rough? Does he only pay attention to you when you’re having sex? Are there things in your past you’ve been holding on to and possibly transferring to him when it comes time for sex? Do you climax during sex, or is all about him?
I understand I’m speaking in very general terms here when I say this, but many women could go the rest of their lives without ever having sex again and it would be perfectly fine with them. Women usually aren’t as interested in sex as men are; therefore it’s up to us men to start working on things before ever making it to the bedroom.
I heard a man say one time, “Sex begins in the kitchen.” He wasn’t saying to have sex in the kitchen, not that there’s anything wrong with that, but what he meant was, before ever getting her to take her clothes off, sex begins by doing little things around the house without her telling you to do them; like emptying the dishwasher, taking out the trash or maybe giving her a break while you get dinner ready for the family.
I heard another speaker tell his audience, “When it comes to sex; women are like crock pots and men are like microwave ovens.” Yeah, I know there seems to be a kitchen theme here, but stay with me. A crock pot cooks your meal, but it may take all day to get it ready, where a microwave can cook your food in under a minute.The point he was making is it takes women longer to get ready for sex than it does men.
Guys start putting money in the bank so to speak by loving your bride in nonsexual ways. Do little things around the house, rub her feet or back with no strings attached or bring her little gifts for no reason. Loving her well before the actual sex act takes place will bring so much more passion to your lovemaking and will make it much more amazing for both of you. And if you love her well before climbing into bed with her, she probably won’t be saying to you, “Hurry up and get off of me!” when you are having sex.
Now you know what I think, tell me what you think.