From experience, I have learned that sex is an important part of a relationship. But it is NOT the MOST important part. There's a whole foundation that helps to build up to one. To even be in a strong and successful relationship nowadays is a blessing in itself. Let's be real, a good connection is hard to come by.
I was recently reflecting on a funny situation that was a part of my monthly "girls night" with friends back in college. One of them had recently started talking to a guy more frequently and was going out with him the following day. We were all laughing and joking about how their whole meeting had come about and asking how she was feeling about possibly taking it to further than a flirtatious friendship. She laughed it off and said she was just going to take everything in stride.
A few weeks had passed and we were having lunch and she dropped a bombshell. They'd crossed that sexual line and...let's just say, the delivery didn't live up to the packaging. Naturally, we were shocked and a few of us laughed because we honestly didn't know what to say. This may seem, I don't know, unfair...but we all honestly prejudged him. By his appearance, his whole demeanor, that wasn't something we expected to be an issue
. But we chalked it up to everyone having their moments.
Now, my friend on the other hand...lol...was ready to wrap it up and not look back. But we explained that he could've just had a bad night or needed some assistance. Guide him in the direction that would satisfy them both. He was a good guy and we didn't want her to throw in the towel based off of one incident. Thankfully, she followed suit and all things were in order afterward.They say almost anything can be taught. But can anyone be a teacher? Would/have you ever given up on a good thing because they couldn't satisfy you sexually? What steps did you take to enhance or put a halt to it all?