Men dating celibate women

04-Nov-2015 23:55 by 8 Comments

Men dating celibate women

There's no need to announce it; it's the last thing that a man wants to hear.

You want the rewards of a relationship without the collateral damage, and you're using your body instead of your brain as a bargaining tool.

Consider this: he may be sexually attracted to you. It shouldn't take you more than 90 days to figure whether you want to have sex or not.

However, he may continue to date you while seeing someone else on the side. You may think you're pretty great, but reality is reality, so stay within the circle of reason. Ask the appropriate questions, get to know him and then make a decision.

So don't allow your fear of having sex to hold you or him captive. Be very considerate of his time and what you're asking him to do.

Remember that what you're asking is a stretch with an unknown destination date.

Your belief that you have an amazing body and are great in bed has nothing to do with finding and keeping the man of your dreams.

You may temporarily attract a man with your sexual prowess, but it isn't the act itself that makes sex great; it's intellect and love combined with the act, along with a few other things.

If there's nothing inside of you, you can make a man wait for a year and still get the same failed results. It's a super sexy world out there and you should achieve your goal of finding and keeping a man who's truly interested in you. Does he take you out to dinner, or do you each pay your own way?

If you're sexually celibate, you should also be celibate with your pocketbook.

When you pay your own way, your objective will be clear and he will not feel used if things don't work out. His ultimate goal is to gain carnal knowledge of you.

You can't hide your true emotions when you're having sex. If you ever get confused, ask yourself: Would you date a celibate man?

Would you want to pick him up, take him out on dates, buy him dinner, spend your hard-earned money and not even get a kiss (much less an orgasm)? After all, as the old saying goes, if you don't use it, you lose it.