Sexual frustration is the difference between what you want during sex and what the experience actually brings out.
Partners must always communicate their needs in a relationship or marriage and remain open about what they like and don’t like.
Otherwise, sexual frustration could disrupt the balance and harmony of couples.
There are three things you need to know and practice, to avoid this disruption in your relationship.
- Do what your partner likes
Sexual frustration is easy when a partner rejects what the other person wants to do. Sex is a matter of one size that doesn’t fit everyone. And what a woman pleases will not necessarily please another woman. For men, it’s the same thing.
The key to sexual satisfaction between partners is that each individual learns and is sensitive enough to the unique things that increase others’ pleasure. Your partner must be a willing act and learning about their needs and imaginations is one way of doing this.
- Do it how they like it
It is one thing to learn what a partner likes; another is to learn to do as they like. If it is slow kisses your partner loves, indulge and kiss them as they want.
You can never satisfy them without that, and what good is sex without satisfaction? Without this? That could be a frustrating thing in itself.
- Stay exclusive
One other thing that could result in sexual frustration for your partner is your inability to stay with them only.
The result could be STIs and infecting your partner with them if you cheat and go to sleep with other people. This will affect their confidence and their willingness to sleep with you negatively. Imagine you are horny and you can’t sleep with a partner because you are afraid they could infect you with something.