Questions regarding overcoming resistance to threesome


how do you enjoy her If my partner says “no” to a threesome then it means they are not interested? There are numerous reasons as to why your partner may say no to a threesome. This author feels, if they say “no” then it is a good idea not to approach the topic again for at least another year; during this time work at improving your relationship with them and improving your communication with them. It may be they need time in processing the request for a threesome. The absolute worst thing you can do at this point is use coercion, pressure, or manipulation to pressure them into having a threesome. My partner is sending me “mixed messages” about having a threesome; does this mean they want it? Intellectually they like the idea but feel they could not go through with it. Alternatively, it could be a situation where you are noticing very small inconsistencies and their statement has not fundamentally changed. Until you speak with them you will not know what is occurring with them. We get close meeting someone and then at the last moment my partner changes their mind, why? There are many reasons for this. It could be they like the idea of a threesome as a fantasy but struggles with going through with it. Sometimes giving them time will work or it may be they are not able to go through with it. If they are not able to go through with it then love them for whom they are, not what they can give you. How do I convince my partner to have a threesome? There is no way you can convince your partner to have a threesome. The best you can do is, communicate with them about the idea, work on your relationship, and sometimes giving it enough time might lead to a change in feelings. What is meant by giving the idea time? Time can work wonders if used correctly. Sometimes when the idea of having a threesome is discussed the information is too much and the person need time to process it. Processing it can take a while since it may mean thinking about their feelings about the subject and resolving it against their relationship. Also, as we get older and have more experiences, sometimes our attitudes change leading to changes in beliefs. This means even though your partner may say “no” now there is a small chance in a while they might change their feelings. If my partner ultimately says “no” to a threesome then I should seek one myself? By seeking a threesome without your partner is, under most definitions, considered cheating. Other couples tend to want their threesome uncomplicated and without the risk someone will come after them due to their choice. Therefore, the answer to the question is “no.”

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