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How do i become more at ease, and comfortable with sex? i have a hubby that loves sex and we have a good sex life if i let it be.
How do i become more uninhibited in bed?




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      Kyah wrote May 28, 2010
    • Since I don’t know what you‘re comfortable with, I suggest reading erotica since it’s 90% mental and 10% physical with women. If you two could watch some adult movies together you could discuss what you’d like to try. I had a book on the Kamasutra and my partner and I had a ball trying to get into some of the various positions and cracked up laughing when it didn’t work. Having a sense of humor helps a lot.




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      Mztracy wrote May 28, 2010
    • I agree with kyah.

      Another thing is to look at why you feel uncomfortable. There may be more to it.




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      Tracy Lynn Brown wrote May 29, 2010
    • I liked both, and i have done the erotica, and the movies, i have dropped the ball so to speak here lately. Feel bad for him, really.




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      Tuliplady wrote May 29, 2010
    • Have a drink or two before bed.  It’s a well known fact that liquor loosens the inhibitions! happy  

      Sorry I don’t have a better answer.  I’ve always been the more uninhibited one in my relationships.  Don’t know how I got that way.




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      Vikki Hall wrote May 29, 2010
    • Good answers by all.....

      But now after reading some of your other posts maybe you should go see your Dr. There may be some other things involved.




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      VICKY CORYEA wrote May 29, 2010
    • how about role playing...........maybe you can just decide that hey tonight he isnt going to kno what hit him!!

      because you kno he will be pleased!!




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      Suzann wrote May 29, 2010
    • Yes, to all the women above. And don’t forget, every relationship goes through its ups and downs, its sexy times and its draggy times. It’s part of the flow. But good for you for checking into what you want to do about it. I’m with Vikki, perhaps the first step would the the doctor. Also, if you‘re feeling down or depressed, then it’s really hard to enjoy sex.  

      When I used to drink, that totally helped. A glass of wine and some great music from the ‘70s, and I was good to go! (Now that I don’t drink, well, I’m single so problem solved for the time being!)

      Namaste,
      Suzann
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      Brimstone1968 wrote May 29, 2010
    • Have you as a woman really explored your own body?  Do you know what really triggers you and turn you on and off.  If you already know then help guide him to what you want done as well.  Take sometime and explore yourself, feel comfortable with yourself and things will be a step along the way.  Like and encourage all the other suggestions.




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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote May 29, 2010
    • Tracy: I suspect you have underlying issue.  Perhaps you are depressed and you do not like yourself, or your current family situation, or perhaps you are over tired or stressed.  Perhaps talk to your husband and tell him what you like about intimacy - not sex, but being intimate - like a bubble bath, a walk in the park, or just body massage and pillow talks or some light stroking first.  You have too much on your mind.  IMHO.




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      Kathryn O'Hara wrote May 29, 2010
    • Women are just different than men.  They are like a lightbulb, flip a switch and they are on.  Women are like an iron, plug it in, set the temp, check the water level and it has to be distilled water remember, let it warm up and then finally, you get to iron.  Be patient with yourself and have a glass of wine and give yourself time to warm up.  If he is a good man, he is worth the effort of giving yourself to him, physically.




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      Victorious wrote May 29, 2010
    • I am with you on this one Brimstone1968.... Tracy you have to know your self and be comfortable with your self first...All the bestestaticheart




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      Kathryn O'Hara wrote May 29, 2010
    • Does this have anything to do with your daughter, her husband, baby and assorted pets living with you and your husband?




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      Marya1961 wrote May 31, 2010
    • Agree with everyone’s answers and Suzann and Brimstone hit on some good thoughts..we all go through highs and lows and knowing your body really helps...a glass or two of wine does the trick for me!happy




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