Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Have you ever wondered what your personality might say about your sexual style or risk for sexual dysfunction? Instead, they are acquired over time. Each personality type has assumed certain beliefs, taken on particular behaviors and believed a variety of myths about pleasure and orgasm. Instead, some women blame their lover and lament the fact that their partner is either not interested, not focused or not skilled enough to get her off.
All of which is just not necessary. These tendencies show up in particular character traits or personality types described here. See what your personality predicts about sexual hangups Which personality traits do you have? I have several tips for you to implement straight away for more sexual bliss. What follows are excerpts from my book, The Orgasm Prescription for Women: Your personality may predict sexual problems. Also, becoming preoccupied with whether or not we will achieve orgasm or worries about how we sound can create a negative feedback loop.
This shifts our brain circuit away from pleasure mode into stress mode which is not ideal for continued sexual arousal and orgasm. Dr Pennington's Tips How to Increase Pleasure for the Self-Conscious Spectator Tips If this sounds a bit like you, check out the 9 remedies that will help you get back into your body and put your head in the game. As the Alpha B, she often emasculates and intimidates men as she subconsciously competes with them, or is quick to take the lead to get things done faster.
She still likes sex and values it highly, but like many things in her high-powered world, she has incredibly high standards for sex.
So rather than a blissful bonding experience, sex for the Alpha B can become a bit performance or outcome oriented. Transition Ritual Tips If this sounds like you, then check out some simple solutions that will help you reclaim your feminine sensuality and orgasmic potential.
Sadly, this type of thinking and behavior rob the Ice Queen of the deep intimate connection she could have at this stage in her life when most insecurities about her body wane. Break the Ice with these tips If you can see how shifting your mindset toward mature, lofty or serious pursuits has drained the hot-blooded sexiness you once had, check out the 3 myths you must dispel to reclaim your sensual vitality.
Download the first chapter of the book here or listen to a sample of the audiobook. Often feels guilty for indulging in any pleasure. Unfortunately, while taking care of everything and everyone on her to-do list, she comes up short no pun intended. She is generally rushed, harried and tired most of the time. The strain this puts on her marriage and eventually her physical and emotional wellbeing are what drive her to change.
Otherwise, you may suffer from emotional and physical burnout with unfortunate consequences for both yourself and your loved ones. Check out some simple solutions to help you prioritize pleasure and discover how to find more balance that benefits you and those around you. Chad Vivas High standards and untouchability keep the Pedestal Princess sexually frustrated The Pedestal Princess has been spoiled and doted on all of her life, whether by her mother and father or her first lovers.
So much so, that she now feels and always expects to be held in high regard. Therefore, any suitor will have to rise up to her incredibly high standards in order to simply ask her out for a date. Beyond that, she is basically untouchable and continually raises the bar on her standards and expectations which prevents her from really getting emotionally close to anyone.
The Pedestal Princess is not conscious of how she basically expects or assumes that a man will fall short and never truly win her heart. She is not particularly generous in reciprocating, though she will direct him or just put herself into position to receive pleasure. Dispel the 4 myths of the Pedestal Princess here. But she is not willing to go after her desires, experience deep passion nor surrender to pleasure.
She denies herself the ripe juiciness that a passionate love life could bring because in the eyes of her god excessive pleasure is hedonistic and sinful. Like the Mommy Martyr, she may feel guilty for indulging in sexual pleasure and may consider sex appropriate only for baby making. And depending on her upbringing or religion, to her, sex may be seen as shameful and dirty outside of the context of marriage.
Because she suppresses sexual desire she may later find it difficult to surrender to pleasure. Her denial of pleasure leads to frigidity later, repression can often explode into lascivious behavior later, or marrying the wrong guy in order to justify having sex. The exploration of sacred sexuality in marriage is also helpful. If this is of interest to you, check out these tips on reevaluating your beliefs and putting them into a healthy context for healthy sexual expression. Unfortunately, this means that sex very seldom enters her mind spontaneously.
In fact, it sex can be seen as a deterrent to her getting the the really important things done and thus a threat to her wellbeing. Some Superwomen and Mompreneurs do secretly long for days gone by, nostalgic for simpler times when she could have fun, spontaneous sex and indulgent pleasure of passion.
But instead, she gets tiny hits of pleasure while on the go mainly from food or treats, or finally binge watching tv at night to let her mind go. Or they their partner may assume that he is just a second class citizen compared to the kids or coworkers. Create a transition ritual to prepare for sexy time after work: You can listen to a sample of the audiobook or download a sneak peek of the first chapter here.