Why Can’t I Make Her Orgasm During Sex? (And To Give Her A Huge One Tonight!)

Over 70 percent of women can’t reach an orgasm during intercourse. Unbelievable, isn’t it? There are often specific reasons why she can’t climax. Your wife or girlfriend might just have one of these problems, so keep reading as we unravel these issues, as well as what you can do to bring her to an unforgettable climax tonight!

Your Woman Is Figure Conscious!

Many women are preoccupied with the thought of how they look like in the eyes of their partner during sex. This is mostly due to society badgering women with images of what “beautiful” and “sexy” look like – and unless your partner is a supermodel, they don’t look like her. So instead of enjoying the intimate moments, women’s minds unconsciously drift towards their physical appearance. She may be fretting during the intercourse and end up not paying attention to what is happening in bed.

It may appear bothersome to you but this issue can be easily handled. You have to be considerate if your woman has problems with regards to her own perception of her figure. It will be helpful if the lights are turned off. Dim lights are preferable and this can be achieved by having a bed side lamp turned on with any available clothing draped over it. She will be less conscious of how she appears in front of you.

Also, compliment on how beautiful she is in your eyes. Not only will sex become better, you will also boost her confidence because she would start seeing her own body as something along the caliber of being sexy!

Your Partner Doesn’t Get Satisfied During Foreplay

Proper conditioning of the female mind is a necessary prelude to sexual intercourse. Not only do you physically need to warm her body up for sex (because if she’s not warmed up, she’s not going to reach climax), psychological preparation is needed in order to put a woman in the mood of an intimate relationship as well. This is done simply by engaging in more foreplay.

You can kill two birds with one stone here – more foreplay will get her body ready for an orgasm, and if you make sure you’re passionate with her, it will satisfy her mind’s needs for foreplay as well. The basic rule: the more psychologically prepared a woman is, the more exciting the bed explorations will be.

She Is Unaware That She Is Stopping Her Own Orgasm

A woman can possibly have the “she can’t let herself go” syndrome. Women who have not had a climax before will probably feel the strange, tingling feeling in her genitals and may unconsciously stop herself from reaching a climax. Either she moves to a different position during intercourse or she analyzes the surge of different sensations in her body, finally stopping the orgasm from happening.

Just reassure her that it is OK to let herself go. The best approach to remove any hang ups she may have, is to get her turned on. Once a woman becomes stimulated, dirty talking can help her in reaching the peak of arousal. Dirty talk can also drive her through the peak of sexual excitement and help relieve any inhibitions she may be harboring.


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