How to Be the Best Lover She's Ever Had
You want to be a good lover.
No, let me take that back. You want to be so mind-blowingly incredible in bed, that your lady, or ladies, would never even consider the possibility of leaving you for someone else.
You want them calling up their girlfriends the next morning saying, "Girl, I hope you're sitting down. Cause you're not going to believe what happened to me last night."
And, guys, being good in bed is not something that just comes naturally. You just can't hop into bed and "wing it" and expect to be an incredible lover. You have to know what you're doing. And like anything else in this world, being a good lover requires desire, knowledge, and practice.
Okay, you may be wondering, is being good in bed really important to women? After all, don't they "get off" on just hugging and kissing and romance and all that kind of mushy stuff? Should you really waste your time attempting to hone your "skills?"
Well, let me tell you a little story.
A few weeks ago I was having a little chat with one of my female friends about the state of her current relationship. She had been seeing this guy for a short while and they'd recently begun having sex... and she was not thrilled about it. In fact, she told me that she thought he "sucked" in bed (her words).
Now, they only had sex twice, and the first time she wasn't too disappointed, because it was the first time for them, and it was new, and kind of exciting. So she was able to overlook all his screw-ups the first time. But the second time out, she was hoping to actually enjoy herself some. Have a little bit of fun.
But she didn't. Once again, he "sucked." He didn't know what he was doing. And she didn't enjoy herself at all.
Oh, he knew where everything went, and he knew the basics... but she, like most women these days, was hoping for more than that. She was hoping for a skilled, knowledgeable, imaginative Don Juan. Instead she found herself with just your average old Joe.
And a few days later, she dumped him because of it.
Dumped him because he was a bad lover.
Dumped him because he didn't know what he was doing.
Dumped him because he never read the information that you're reading right now.
Now let me tell you a little bit about my female friend. I'm absolutely not exaggerating this, fellows, when I tell you that she is the woman of your dreams. Stunningly beautiful, smart, fun to be with, and everything else a man could possibly want. In fact, I cannot praise this woman enough. (Did I mention how stunningly beautiful she is?)
The guy that she was seeing must have been walking on air. So happy. He probably thought he'd found the woman of his dreams.
Now, I've never met this guy. I don't know him at all. But I can imagine what he must be feeling right now. Having been dumped by such a magnificent woman, he's probably sitting at home, severely depressed, trying to figure out what he did wrong. (Heck, he may have even found this site by now.)
And do you think that she told him the reason she dumped him - that he was terrible in bed? No. Of course not. Do you think that any woman will ever tell him that he's terrible in bed? Probably not. Do you think that any woman will ever tell you that you're terrible in bed, when she's giving you that little speech of hers about "just being friends" from now on? Very unlikely.
Protect yourself. Don't lose your dream girl because you don't know what you're doing. Learn TODAY.
If anybody does any dumping in your future relationships -- make sure it's you!