Touch, Love and Please Your Man
edited: Sunday, June 10, 2012
By Raymond Sturgis
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
Posted: Sunday, June 10, 2012
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From New Book: Twelve Ways to Please and Keep Your Man ( Do These Things, and No One Will Take Your Man )
by Raymond Sturgis
Being sensual may make your man desire you sexually, however, touching his sensitive areas around his neck, or shoulders would make him appreciate the closeness you generated without sex. When people are young in their discovery of their mates, they touch a lot, have sex often and spend time making one another feel loved. Touching is the key for any relationship or marriage longevity, because it makes the receiver feel that you still desire them. A man needs to feel loved, and what you are tired of doing, another woman is finds joy doing for him. The reason cheating is at an all-time high in relationships and marriages; the participants are tired of waiting for the people they love to see their needs. They say sexual activity decline in marriages, and this is the main reason people cheat. The problem can be solved, if they spend more time with sensual gestures when their partners need it. When your man comes home from work, or ‘looking for work’, reward his efforts by rubbing his head, feet, back and hands. By doing these things, you know he will do the same for you. I believe it has become shameful in relationships and marriages today, where people stop doing things for another because they feel the other is not doing it or will not do the same thing for them. I want to rub my woman’s ass, head, back and hands, and it is not for her to be sensual to me in return. I want her to feel appreciated, and if I refuse, my home will no longer be comfortable. Your men gave you the green light to touch, love and pleasure their bodies; do not waste it by foolish reciprocal demands of what he should be doing for you in return. Sensuality leads to sex, sex leads to thoughts of appreciation, and thoughts of appreciation add more years to your commitment.
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