Everyone knows that size isn’t everything, and that there are plenty of ways to make sure that a woman is having a great time in bed. The only problem comes in when you don’t really enjoy the things that gets her off, and she’s not crazy about the things that make you moan. It can be a real problem if you’re not sure how to figure out something that makes both of you happy. If sex is going to be mostly good but a little bit of a chore for the rest of your life, people start to wonder how important sexual compatibility really is. Here’s some information that could help you make up your mind.
Couples Mostly Fight about Money
“Money is the biggest factor that brings bitterness in a relationship”
The number one most common cause of fights between couples isn’t religion, and it isn’t politics, and it isn’t even how you’re going to raise the kids. The things that people hate to hear about the most are how their partner is spending their money. If you’re a saver and your girlfriend is a spender you’re going to have major problems down the road.
What does this have to do with sexual compatibility? Nothing, except to show you that bedroom complaints aren’t the thing that couples fight about the most. If your loving isn’t always smoking hot but the two of you can agree on how to save and invest your money then you’re actually doing better than the couple who has sex three times a day but can’t decide if they’re going to invest in a new washer and dryer or spend all that sweet cash on a getaway vacation. There are worse things to fight about than sex, because sex can be improved.
Are You Willing to Learn to Please Her?
“Sexual compatibility and love go hand in hand”
Sometimes you don’t like a sex act right away. You might not see the point of going down on her because it’s not doing anything for you, for example. That’s a little bit harsh, but a lot of guys do feel that way. The question is: can you learn to love it? On the one hand you have to do what you have to do to make her happy. On the other you don’t want sex to be a chore for the rest of your life. Is there any way you can approach this thing she loves, either literally approaching it or just mentally approaching it, that would give you satisfaction? If not, is it such a turn off that it affects how often you want to have sex?
Can You Keep Yourself Satisfied
If the problem goes the other way and she’s not able to give you everything that you want, can you live with that? A lot of men don’t have access to everything that they’d like to have, sexually, and that doesn’t stop them from leading health sex lives. Masturbating, fantasy, and porn are around for a reason. Can you keep yourself happy by accepting that some things are just always meant to be a fantasy, or are you going to pine?