Wouldn’t we all love to have a way of knowing whether a potential partner would be good in bed? It’s important, of course. Int!macy is a major part of any relationship, and people without chemistry can sometimes see their relationships falter. The truth is that there’s no single metric for determining whether a person will be great in bed. There are, however, many things that psychology can tell us about a person. If you keep in mind these things, you’ll have a good idea of whether a person will impress in the bedroom.
Body language doesn’t lie
Much of what we think of being “good” in bed really comes down to chemistry. There’s some psychology to chemistry, too. You can tell from a person’s body language whether they’re likely to be an engaged partner in bed. Eye contact is perhaps the most important thing. A person who has attentive posture and is willing to look you in the eye will likely be engaged enough to give you a good time in bed.
Can he or she dance?
What does dancing have to do with psychology and int!macy? Dancing requires confidence and coordination. It requires a person to be willing to try new things and deal with constructive criticism. If a person can dance, and is willing to put themselves out there on the dance floor, then chances are good that he or she will be good in bed.
How expressive is he or she in their speech?
Watch the person as they talk to you and to others. Psychologists suggest that hand gestures can provide some insight into how a person will perform in bed. For instance, a person who is very active with his or her hands is much more likely to put those hands to work in the bedroom. Someone who is less expressive may still be a good lover, but psychologists suggest that your chances of finding a good lover are better with a more expressive communicator.
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