You have reached 30s. You achieved all that you had aimed for professionally. However, there’s one thing in life that you are yet to taste-sex. Well, let us tell you it’s never too late. And if you are already dating someone or marriage is on cards then it is the perfect time to get up and boost your charming and grabs it with that special man in your life. Here are a few tips to follow if you are in your 30s and heading for sex for the first time:
Unusual But Not An Issue
Yes, you have been a virgin for way too long but that doesn’t mean there’s something wrong with you. It’s just that you couldn’t find the right guy to give yourself to. So stop treating this as a serious problem and look at the positives.
Tell your partner the truth because there’s no point in hiding things anyway. Tell him why you never got the opportunity to have sex earlier but how much you’d like to experience it. Assure him that even if you are doing it for the first time, you are willing to experiment and make the most of the act.
Don’t Be Too Shy
It is understood that since it is your first time there are chances you’ll feel shy and uneasy. It’s not that you are absolutely unaware of the facts. Just let go of your inhibitions and go with the flow of the emotion. Don’t think too much about what he might think about you.
Don’t Be Conscious
It’s natural to be conscious about one’s body while in the nude for the first time. Don’t worry too much about what he will think or whether he’ll compare you with someone with whom he had sex with. It’s even okay to have a flaw because no human being is flawless. Believe in yourself and be comfortable with your body.
Talk It Out
In case you are still getting bogged down with inhibitions, then say that to your partner before getting on with the act. Tell him all that is going on in your mind and clarify all your doubts. If he loves you genuinely, he’ll definitely listen to you and will try and understand your problems and also there are chances that he might even come up with a solution.
Healthy Food For Better Sex
Mother Nature’s prescription for a healthy sex life includes high-fat animal foods, such as whole milk, cream, and butter. We require plenty of fats, but the natural, saturated kind (not the trans fats in margarine and grease) in order to produce sex hormones.