Part 1: Having sex with someone new for the first time

Part 1: Having sex with someone new for the first time

You’ve shared some amazing time together and now you’re ready to take things to the bedroom. Yes, logistically we all technically know “how” to have sex insofar as where things go, but do you know how to navigate the ins and outs of really being with someone new for the first time? Do you know how to do it in a way that will leave you both wanting to come back for more again and again?

When you have sex for the first time, you often get one chance to make a lasting impression and demonstrate that what you had to offer was good and worth it. A few wrong moves can be fatal to the partnership. Learning to bring awareness to our thoughts and actions in these moments is everything. If you don’t want to be left out, tune in to get real Closeness Coaching on how to give your partner an unforgettable sexual experience.



0:00 Introductions

5:56 The first things to do when she arrives at your house

8:00 Grand overtures

18:59 Don’t kiss

24:30 Tips for female listeners

37:11 Asking 50 questions and final thoughts

37:58 Talking too much

41:32 Women and men communicate very differently


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