If the idea of pleasuring him however he needs to be pleasured turns you off, maybe he’s not the partner you want. If we feel connected to a partner, we to give pleasure as well as receive it.
Or are you reluctant because you fear you can’t satisfy him?
The relationship expert shared her six-step plan to help women start dating like a grown-up. If you find yourself dating again in your 50s, chances are a major life event -- whether it be divorce or losing your loved one -- has given you quite the beating.Are you one of the new, sophisticated singles over 60?Don’t be worried about being a senior single: dating at 60 is actually a great opportunity to meet new and interesting people.With women becoming more financially independent, many of these divorcées may feel less compelled to enter into another marriage.But that doesn’t mean they’re uninterested in male companionship or dating. Perhaps, as Katharine Hepburn suggests, one who “lives next door and just visits now and then.” I especially hope that man will visit my bedroom. The prospect of a vigorous romp is appealing, but it’s become fraught with concern.