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IN Lifestyle ON 21 Jul, 2016
You thought sex was fun. Wait till it's time you actually get to have it. Sex comes with its own sack of concerns, and at first, probably everyone thinks he/she is the only one with these issues. But as you begin to open up (or, in this case, open up the internet), you find out that you're far from being the sole victim of these so-called-fears. These fears are more like apprehension, or the first-time0jitters that many feel when they're going to try to take up something new - venture into unchartered territories. So no matter whether or not you're in that place yet, you should scroll down and familiarize yourself with these common fears, so when it's your turn to face these fears, you'll know that you're not alone.
Not such a shocker, is it? It's one of the most obvious fears. What one may feel about themselves can lead to loss of confidence, or maybe boost it too!
Quite understanding again, this is something which gets people anxious. After all, who doesn't want to leave a good impression, right?
For men, the fear is about climaxing too fast and for women, it's about not climaxing at all!
While it takes virtually no time for men to feel aroused, women can take as long as 20 minutes to get there. So, it's natural to feel a fear of taking 'too long!'
The more 'unusual' your sexual desires are, the more anxious you're likely to feel, especially because of the hindrance in being able to communicate it to your partner - initially, at least.
Now this encompasses almost everything that cannot be abstracted out. General self-doubt about yourself or your partner or what's to come after the action is pretty common and nothing to feel shy or embarrassed about it.
Now this can happen to the best of us. It has a lot to do with emotions and not finding just the right words can be something one may face.
So if it's any consolation, it's not that uncommon.
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