How to keep him dating and not have sex
Sure, you want adoration, respect, and the occasional sparkly treat from your man, but more than anything, you want to feel like he's still got the hots for you.
Well, here's good news: Contrary to the widely held belief that men lose interest over time, experts now know that guys are actually hardwired for long-term lusting.
a woman that has that certain “extra something” that makes you rare and unlike the rest.
People are entranced and captivated by someone who has an air of excitement, adventure and pleasure to them.
"When Jake and I are getting it on, sometimes it feels like he's lost in his own head," says Sandrine, 26.* "But when I moan his name, everything feels like it gets more intense between us, like it brings him into the moment." "Just by stimulating his nerve endings when he's not prepared for it, you create a positive physical connection that leaves your man wanting more." Even better, your guy subconsciously gets hooked on those mini-moments of excitement and craves them when you're not around.
From now on, be on the lookout for opportune moments to touch him "accidentally." For example, don't ask him for his keys...glide your hand into his pocket and slowly take them out.
First, keep in mind that if your mindset is needy towards the guy or relationship, the amount of time that’s passed won’t really matter. if he went from constant texting to now a full week going by with nothing, then go ahead and text him.
QUIZ: Are You Accidentally Destroying Your Love Life?
Is there anything a girl can do, apart from knowing that the guy would be crazy to not want her and continue to have an awesome life?
It sounds like you want your relationship with the guy to progress and you read somewhere that guys lose interest after sex, and now you’re freaking out because of receiving either bad advice, or misconstruing the advice you got. Think about it – do you honestly think that men choose a woman for their one exclusive relationship just for sex?
Of all the sex with all the women out there they could be having – do you really think it’s just about sex for a man to make his choice?
And is there any other form of encouragement we can provide that lets him know we are interested in him, but not sitting around helplessly?
First, it’s a huge mistake to look at relationships like some sort of game where there are rules to follow and a strategic ways to respond to specific situations. And yeah, of course guys want sex, so if you think that sex is the only bargaining chip you have then you will always feel paranoid about men using you.