The last thing you want to do while you're in bed with your partner is turn them off. However, there are a few common mistakes to avoid when having an intimate act with your lover and they are:
1. Not being able to stop talking. It's one thing to argue meanly or check to see if your partner is having fun, but it's another to keep talking and talking. Your partner is probably as worried about world politics and movies as you are, but now is not the time to discuss it.
2. Do not kiss. Many people, including women, do not kiss their partner when having sex. Why? Maybe because the positioning doesn't allow it, or because they're too eager to reach the climax and don't want to disrupt the flow. However, it is strongly advised to try to kiss your spouse throughout the act; it will only increase the fun.
3. Not maintaining an appropriate weight on your partner. It's good to get lost in the moment and go crazy for your sweetheart, even if you are a woman. However, if you lie down on them, you need to use caution to avoid putting too much weight on them. If you suffocate them or make it hard for them to breathe, you will end the action and most likely it will be enjoyable.
4. Bite more than your partner is willing to take. While many people prefer an aggressive lover, biting any part of their body before they are stimulated can cause excruciating pain (and even decrease the possibilities of any further action) or simply startle them. Before biting your partner's ear, shoulders, neck, or any other part of his body, make sure he's completely aroused.
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