Romance » Ask for what you want. by: Faith2015(m) .:. Tue, 23 Dec, 2014 - 02:03:50:pm GMT
Let your partner know that you are deeply interested in spending some romantic time with them you would be surprised by how often they are unaware of this. Whining, demanding, and manipulating are contrary to creating romance, so do your best to ask using kind and loving words.
Re: Ask for what you want. by: Gooddypye(f) .:. Mon, 15 Apr, 2019 - 08:47:22:pm GMT
There's a problem so common among some couples. They find it hard to ask their partner for sex. Should you actually be shy to ask your partner for sex? And if you don't ask and make a step towards your desire, how will your partner know you are in need of sex.
Re: Ask for what you want. by: AJESTY(f) .:. Tue, 14 May, 2019 - 02:36:15:pm GMT
Re: Ask for what you want. by: Obinnaoguji(m) .:. Thu, 16 May, 2019 - 12:05:37:pm GMT
There are so many ways to kill a rat. Most time going about asking may be a waste of time as there are many ways to communicate without sounding stupid. Research has shown that body language in addition to your ability to communicate effectively go hand in hand in helping us achieve whatever it is we want to.
Re: Ask for what you want. by: Velisa(f) .:. Mon, 20 May, 2019 - 06:24:53:am GMT
I don't know why someone should be afraid of asking what you want from your partner. It shouldn't be.
Re: Ask for what you want. by: Piwizo(m) .:. Wed, 22 May, 2019 - 03:52:41:pm GMT
I find this mostly common in men, most of them don't really know how to ask from something they are in need of from their spouse, girlfriends or partner. They want the partner to assume things for them, to always know when they are in the mood, horny or in need of sex, but it doesn't work like that, what keeps a relationship in this jet age is communication, it still remains key in getting your heart desires and need.