i am young.But you don't know that this is my brother account.My brother don't use this account because he don't like online business and don't like writing.But i like online business and like writing.So that i use this account.
Personally, I think the key is to always think about your partner before yourself. I have been with a very selfish person who was a horrible lover (both in bed and out) and who made both our lives miserable because he felt the need to control me and make me into the person he thought I should be. The man I am with now is extremely thoughtful and giving, he pays attention to so many little details of my life that even I didn't realize, and has proven to be a most excellent lover (again, both in bed and out).
If you want something to REALLY last you have to be willing to put your partner over yourself, but you also need someone who does the same in return. One selfish person in a relationship can and usually will ruin the whole thing.
I very much agree with you, wychic. I think if you're concerned about being a "good lover" you're probably already on the right track! (As opposed to if you had asked how to be good at f@!king, in which case I'd have concerns). If you want to be a good lover, and you listen to your partner's needs, then you WILL be a good lover.
Contrary to the method promoted by hollywood, which involves going out and banging yourself some "hood-rats" before you go after someone you actually like, I think being in an actual loving relationship is much better for improving your skills in bed. Sure it can become "routine" with each partner settling for what they're getting (which I think is horrible) but if you actually want to try to improve, it's best to have someone who you're comfortable with, and will have the patience to help you!
I've found that generally the more sex you have with your partner the better it gets, as you become more comfortable with each other's bodies. Also, I think that simply loving the person you're sleeping with adds a quality all on it's own (but then again, I'm an idealist)
And again this has given me an idea for another hub! I'm starting to like these forums
I would like to know your opinion on the following:Is it possible to ever be friends with the ex of your partner?If so, when? Does it depend only on you or also on his/her willingness to do so?If not, isn't cordial...