Moms- Advice on Satisfying Your Sexual Needs from Tinzley, The Single Mom Maven…

Hello Single Mommies!

Are you too stressed when it comes to sex and you just can’t seem to relax anymore? Do you make up every excuse under the sun as to why you no longer want or like sex? It’s okay to practice abstinence if that’s what you want to do but this post is for those who still want to have a little fun in the bedroom, but being a single mom makes them feel awkward.

So where do you start? Well you must first decide whether this is what you really want. Too many times we make our decisions based on pure emotions and we don’t think about the consequences. Ask yourself, is this what I want? If so, who do you want to have sex with? Does it matter? Should it matter? In my opinion, it does and should. Remember you have a child/children and you don’t need to be bar hoping bringing home the first drunk erection you run into. I think you should at least know the person for a while even if you’ve only gone out a few times or at the very least chatted on the phone a couple of times. This is just my opinion. It may not matter to you but it should. So here we go:

1. Flirt! If you want to turn him on what better way to do it than flirting? He has to know you’re interested and men love to be teased and flirted with.

2. Relax because you know you want it just as much as he does so be honest and open and not too uptight. It’s just sex not a wedding.

3. Take a bath in a sexy smelling fragrance. This is bound to get you in the mood and just imagine what it will do to him. Lush cosmetics has the best bath bombs. They even have one called the “Sex Bomb.” Yes!

4. Know that being a single mom comes with responsibly to your child/children. Never put them in harm’s way and don’t bring home every fella you meet out in the streets.

5. You’re a single mom but you aren’t dead. It’s okay to still have sex at your leisure if that’s what you want.

6. Stop making excuses and just do it already. Too many times we get in our own way trying to figure out every little emotion we’re feeling and this causes frustration and confusion.

7. Be honest and mature about this. If you know in your heart that you are NOT ready, don’t force it.

Remember, you are in charge of your happiness and the amount of fun you allow in and also the amount of unnecessary drama you let in too. Take the time to have fun while you can and don’t over think sex too much. Educate yourself about it. Read tips on ways to enjoy it better and please always practice safe sex. I hope you’ve enjoyed this blog and found it helpful have an awesome day.

Love,
Tinzley

P.S. If you can’t see the video above, check it out here: “Sex and the Single Mom.”

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