Conclusion of The Series of Article on Communication – article 6

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Conclusion of The Series of Article on Communication – article 6

Talking About Sex

It seems like everyone in society can talk about sex except the people having it. We’re bombarded with sexual messages, yet opening up about making love is very difficult for many couples.

But the rules discussed in this report hold true in bed as well. Communication is the most important factor to having good sex.

For instance, do you listen to your partner? Can you express your liks and dislikes in a gracious, nonthreating, clear way. Are you supportive and encourage feedback.

When there is a problem in your sex life, this can be a smoke screen for problems outside the bedroom. When you ask your partner what those problems might be and work together toward dealing with them directly, your relationship improves all around. Don’t turn your bedroom into a battleground.

Both men and women are quick to question their sexual skill. They worry that they aren’t doing something right. This insecurity permeates many relationships. When you can be vocal and verbal about sex, you can take pleasure in giving pleasure. You won’t be insecure about your technique any longer and can focus on love rather than skill.

Sometimes one partner is more openly opinionated about sex while the other is quieter. You should accept that your partner may have a more quiet enjoyment while you should be free to express yourself freely.

Interesting video about communication – Sexual sub communication and more.

You should also be open to and encouraging of feedback. Give your partner permission to make direct requests.

But keep in mind that pleasing a partner is about attention and attitude not technique. You can squash self doubt by immersing yourself totally in what you are doing. Tune in to your partner’s feelings and let their tiniest reactions guide you.

You should also be free to ask for what you want. This is an essential component to good sex. Many people feel that discussing the specifics of love making ruins spontaneity and mystery, but in fact this lack of communication can be the core problem.

Don’t think that if your partner really loved you he or she will just know what you need. While sexual intuition is possible, most loving couples need to educate each other. It takes courage to ask for what you want, but it’s worth it. Take the initiative in the beginning and you will have a long, loving relationship.

The best way to get what you want and need is to ask without expectations or demands. State what you want without inducing guilt if your partner doesn’t feel comfortable giving it.

But it’s also important to make clear what you don’t like and aren’t comfortable doing. Start by discussing what you do like. Don’t criticize as this makes people feel defensive and deflated. Also, don’t point out what someone does wrong because it only reinforces the act. Instead, help them focus on what you want which will motivate him or her to please you. Say “I prefer you to touch me softly there” rather than “Don’t pinch so hard.”

You should also be able to set your limits with out fear. Consider that you can’t truly say “yes” if you feel that you can’t say “no.” You may not want a certain position, a certain night, or a certain way, and that’s okay.

Realize that you don’t have to please your partner all of the time. Communicating about sex, even the parts that are hard to talk about, will only make your relationship stronger.

Conclusion

While everyone talks about how important communication is for a successful relationship, many couples are still stumped as to how to implement it into their lives.

Remember that we all bring baggage to a relationship. Our communication techniques have been refined through our childhood experiences, previous relationships, and what society deems to be proper for men and women.

Getting past this baggage and opening up in a fashion that is open is helpful for every relationship. However, if you feel that your relationship is particularly troubled, these communication tips become ever more important.

Remember that good communication involves speaking directly, listening actively, and paying attention to things such as tone of voice, body language, and gestures in addition to words.

Also remember that communication is not just about the “big talks” but also about everyday conversations. Sprinkle your relations with words of affection and support and it will help reduce the need for big blow ups.

Be open to practicing these techniques together. Help each other communicate better and you will help your relationship all around. read more at Love advice blog

Other site about communication and more.

Psychotherapy Psychotherapists employ a range of techniques based on experiential relationship building dialogue communication and behavior change.…

Relational dialectics Relational dialectics Dialectical theory is a concept within communication theory contradictions in personal relationships or an unceasing.…

More information on from other site from Google resources on communication.

 

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