” Wanna Dance?”
Are you feeling romanic? Are you wondering how to seduce your man? There is a reason why it is called the dance of seduction. Seduction can often be a game, or dance if you will. The first thing is to figure out if your man wants to dance! Men are not famous for turning away sex, so the odds are in your favor that he will respond positively. Remember, men are biologically programed to want and be ready for sex with little notice or prompting. But that does not mean that they don’t like the chase. And lets be honest ladies, we like to be chased. We like the mystery, the fun, the connection and engagement that comes along with the chase. It makes us feel special and valued.
If you are ready to take the next step in your relationship and take it to a physical level, let him know! You do not want to be “easy”, so you can let him know with the word, “maybe”. Will you meet him for a drink? Maybe. Would you like to go over to his place? Maybe. Would you be interested in a back rub? Maybe. Maybe offers hope for a yes without dousing his confidence, but enough of a no to keep him working! If you are already in a long term relationship, sit next to him on the couch and give him small flirty kisses and be playful. Let him take it from there. For men, the visual and physical touch is much more stimulating than the verbal suggestions. So instead of telling him you want to make love, show him, preferably with nudity!
Continue to check in as Natalie and Joleen talk more about how to get through to a man. As always thanks for reading!
Source: “How to Get Through To A Man” by W. Bruce Cameron from O’s Guide to Life; The Best of O, The Oprah Magazine p. 211-212
Written by Alexa Griffith, LMHC, LCAC, NCC, RPT
Alexa Griffith, LMHC, LCAC, NCC, RPT is a licensed therapist and Registered Play Therapist at Imagine Hope Counseling Group. Alexa enjoys doing marriage counseling, individual counseling, couples and relationship counseling. Alexa also does play therapy, family counseling, child counseling, and adolescent counseling. Imagine Hope serves the Indianapolis area, including the surrounding areas of Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Zionsville, and Westfield