When it comes to overcoming your own personal sex saboteurs; one of the best things you could do is journaling. Try writing down all your beliefs about sex and yourself sexually. Continue reading Chapter 2F: Breaking Free Of Negative Sexual Beliefs: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
Here in this part of, “More Hot Sex,” Tracey Cox shares with us the four influences that contribute to the quality of one’s sex life. As per Cox; These influences are… Continue reading Chapter 2E: The Top 4 Sex Saboteurs: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
Tracey Cox tells us in this part of her Original work, “More Hot Sex,” that our brain is the largest erogenous zone our body has. In fact; she tells us that this is an understatement because of the way our mind influences how good we are in bed, at so many levels. Continue reading Chapter 2D: The Passion Assassins: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
No matter how creative and physically fit you might be; I think we all know that there are only a handful of different positions for intercourse couples can get into, “Without risking a trip to the Emergency Room.” If it seems to you like there are many more… Well… Think, “Variation of a standard,” and you get the idea quick enough. Continue reading Chapter 2C: How To Appear Better In Bed To A Man Instantly: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
Tracey gives us a list of the most common mistakes men and women make regarding sex. These common mistakes involve approaching sex with the mindset that… Continue reading Chapter 2B: 15 Common Carnal Sins Men And Women Commit: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
Tracey Cox writes at the start of Chapter 2 in, “More Hot Sex,” just because no one hasn’t ever complained, that doesn’t make you a good lover. She tells us that many times a partner will fake having a good time for a variety of reasons; all of which may only be known to them. Continue reading Chapter 2A: How Good You Are In Bed And How To Be Much Better: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
At the end of the first chapter, “Sex For Singles,” in the book, “More Hot Sex,” we are told that sex takes a back seat once most folks are past the beginning phases of a long-term relationship because reality has set in. The newness is gone and we must start working at repairing the other relationships and stuff we’ve been ignoring while courting our partners. She says this is normal and, with a bit of effort, can change for the better with a little initiative on our part.
Tracey Cox does give us the talk on safe sex, even after handing us loads of tips on how to slut around in the first chapter of her book. “However,” even though she tells us condom use is the best protection; Tracey Cox acknowledges that the best way to avoid catching an STD is to have a monogamous relationship. Of course, we could take a vow of celibacy, or simply stick to masturbation and phone sex. However, being human, the most reasonable approach for most of us would be to find one partner and, “Stick with that one partner.”
“Guys!” If you are out simply looking for a woman to bed, “Forget it!” You are going home alone. This is because women sense what you are doing no matter how hard you try and don’t appreciate it because it leaves them feeling less then special. Continue reading Chapter 1Q: The Psychology Behind What Really Attracts Women To Men: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
Do men treat you badly? Tracey Cox says quite plainly in More Hot Sex that, “Confident women don’t attract bad boys.” She tells us hear that if you are one who is prone to play doormat, “Men will use you like a doormat.” If you treat a man like the enemy, “He will act like an enemy.” But, if you are confident and clear about what you want, “He’ll treat you just fine.” Continue reading Chapter 1P: Why Men Treat You Badly: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
If you are a woman wondering why men aren’t sleeping with you, or even attracted to you, “It’s time for you to up your game.” Women who love sex radiate that; hormonally (magnetically drawing men in) and otherwise. Continue reading Chapter 1O: Attract Men Like A Magnet: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
You can usually tell if you’ve got a selfish lover on your hands by simply asking them to perform a common sex act. If they don’t care about your pleasure; they will either ignore you, or, make it seem as though you are asking a lot. On the other hand partners that lack experience will usually ask for more feedback so they can better please you.
In the book, “More Hot Sex,” we are informed that miss matched libidos is a common problem for couples. However, if you really do love your spouse it’s usually something that can be worked out. “But,” if the sex isn’t really all that great, having more of it is that important to you, and no solution is possible… Well… “Someone’s going to have to make some tough decisions.” Continue reading Chapter 1M: Handling Miss Matched Libidos And Negative Sexual Attitudes: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
Should you dump someone simply because they are a lousy lover? If sex is important to you than the obvious answer is, “Yes.” However, Tracey does point out here that Bad sex can be turned into good sex if that person really wants to change, even if it’s just for you.
Tracey Cox feels that escorts do provide a valuable service and suggests that if one no longer wants to be a virgin; paying a sex worker for the first round is a viable option. Ms. Cox also feels that paying an escort for the purpose of simply having sex can work in situations where one spouse is unable to be intimate do to chronic illness. She says that there are other situations where it might be better to use an Escort, as well. But we’re just going to leave it there and move on.
Clearly Tracey Cox herself needs to work on defining what is middle aged, which most certainly isn’t anyone that’s 28 years old. Beyond that; More Hot Sex points out; there are probably more men out there who were virgins for longer than the norm because many women just never picked up on it. “The guys sure as hell aren’t publicly announcing it!” Continue reading Chapter 1J: Dating A Middle-Aged Virgin Man: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
Are you a woman concerned about finding Mr. Right? Are you worried that he’s never going to turn up in your life, or, it will be too late when he does? Well… Tracey Cox seems to feel that the news isn’t all bad. Continue reading Chapter 1I: 5 Good Reasons To Stop Panicking About Finding Mr. Right: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
“Guys!” I will grant you that some things on the list that Tracey Cox shares with us in her book, “More Hot Sex,” may require one to learn a few things. Perhaps one might even need to acquire a taste for a certain activity mentioned below. However, if you are a guy who really wants to please any woman he’s with; you’ll definitely want to get these 5 items down to the letter. Continue reading Chapter 1H: Women Want Men To Do These Five Things In Bed: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
While Tracey Cox is talking about the first time that you have sex with your man here; I’m pretty sure that most of us guys wouldn’t object to you doing the things she mentions every time. So, what five things are we hoping that women like you will do when we get in bed with you? Continue reading Chapter 1G: 5 Things A Man Hopes You’ll Do The First Time You Have Sex With Him: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
Tracey Cox suggests that, if you really do want a relationship that lasts, you put off full penetrative sex for as long as possible. This way you don’t suffer what she calls, “Lust Blindness,” which is getting so caught up in someone’s body that you don’t notice who it is you are really sleeping with until it’s too late. Continue reading Chapter 1F: Sleeping With Someone On The First Date: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
Tracey Cox tells us in chapter one of her book, “More Hot Sex,” that we’ve more than likely had at least one person in our lives who was always reliably there for us when we wanted a good, “Snog and Snuggle.” She somehow figures that we’ve either had one person like that (available for no strings sex) in our past or currently have such a person in our lives now. These are folks we’ve never actually dated because personality wise the relationship, outside of sex, would never work. Continue reading Chapter 1E: Friends With Benefits: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.
Tracey Cox tells us in her book, “More Hot Sex,” that age and attraction can be a tricky one to determine. This is because at certain points in our lives younger can seem more attractive, while at other times the more experienced and accomplished hot looking older woman or man will have their appeal. She does point out to us though that the dating age limit formula for most folks seems to be within five years of their own age.
Although Ms. Cox informs us that having a higher education and elevated financial status can sometimes work against women; many folks who have money and brains tend to automatically become more attractive to members of the opposite sex. Clearly; being out going and compassionate tends to factor in here, as well. This is especially true if you are looking to attract a partner with whom you can enjoy a long-term relationship with. So, if you’ve got money and brains and are sensitive and caring, “You’re good to go!”
How attractive do you think you are? Would it surprise you to learn that most folks fail to be objective when it comes to rating their own appearance? This is, per Tracey, because we don’t have the, “Big Picture,” when it comes to viewing ourselves; unlike the folks who are looking at us. Therefore, we tend to under rate our appearance a lot of the time; subconsciously being physically drawn to those who we “think” are our equals appearance wise.
Being single is portrayed in society negatively; more so for women than men. Stereotypically speaking Tracey Cox starts off this chapter of her book, “More Hot Sex; How to Do it Longer, Better and Hotter than Ever,” by informing us that singles are seen as generally unhappy people. Continue reading Chapter 1A: Sex For Singles; Get More Of It And Make The Most Of It: Tracey Cox’s More Hot Sex Book Chapter Summary.