A healthy sex life plays a key role in every successful and happy relationship. If your sex life is not on track you probably will not be in the relationship for long. Sex is the most beautiful way of expressing love and it is also the highest form of human interaction….
Therefore, it is important to make sure that your partner is enjoying having sex with you and looks forward to getting in bed with you. So, how do you know if you are good in bed? Trust me more than anyone else telling you, you can be the best judge and make out if you are good or average in bed.
Read on to know if you are doing just fine or whether you are the perfect lover in bed.
The best and easiest way to know, if you are good in bed, is to ask your partner. Honest communication is the hallmark of a good relationship. Be bold and feel comfortable to ask your partner if the things you do satisfy her/him. Ask them to give you a feedback every time you make love. Asking your partner what makes them feel good and trying out the same will certainly do no harm to the relationship.
If you see your partner moaning every time you indulge in sex, it means you have managed to sexually stimulate your partner. If you hear words like, “man that was awesome” or “I want more” or “oh! Don’t stop” then you are performing well in bed.
However, if you often find your partner pushing you away or shying away then it means the act is annoying, painful or you are being too hard. If while having sex you fail to see the glow on your partners face it means he or she is just waiting to get over with the intercourse.
The face says it all. If both you and your partner have been glowing right after making love, you both have performed exceedingly well in bed. It’s strange how our bodies radiate satisfaction and contentment after good sex. Your partner’s body language after the act will give you an instant report card on your performance.
To be good in bed remember to communicate, show passion and be actively involved in giving your partner everything that he or she desires.