Many women find it easier to fake orgasms just to feed their partner’s ego than opening up to him and trying to figure out how to achieve one for real.
Faking orgasms is a temporary solution to a pretty hard-to-ignore sexual problem. And the longer you do it, the worse things get. Especially due to these three reasons.
Faking orgasms is unfair to your partner
You think you’re making him feel better about his sexual prowess by pretending you’ve achieved the peak of pleasure. But what’s really happening is that you’re manipulating him into believing something that isn’t real. Imagine if he one day finds out you’ve been lying all this while. It can be earth-shattering and can ruin the trust in your relationship.
You’ll never get what you want
How can you solve a problem that you don’t even admit is there. If you keep lying about achieving orgasms, you’ll never get there. He thinks whatever he’s doing is working so you will be stuck in the same orgasm-less limbo for years. But if he knows he’s not getting you off, you can both work on it. You can focus on doing the things you like and imagine the bliss you’ll both feel when he actually gets you off.
Sex will lose its excitement
Sure, it’s possible to have a good time in bed without reaching climax. However, that won’t even happen if you’re used to faking orgasms. You may be having fun and then you remember that you have to put up an act which totally kills the pleasure at that point. Soon, sex will seem like some type of chore and it’s only a matter of time before you lose interest.
So, instead of faking it, how about you put all that effort into getting one for real. It will no doubt make your sex life better.
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