The first night you spend with each other is bound to be super exciting, but if not careful, it can also be full of potential disasters.
You met the person, you’ve been dating for a few days or weeks, or maybe this is the first time you are going to meet,but the sparks are already too intense to let go and you kind of know you’ll head over to the same home.
Of course it’s enough to give you the excitement jitters, but in this rush of adrenaline and testosterone, don’t forget some of the very important tips that will let you both enjoy the night, and not regret it the next morning.
Get protection, don’t count on him or her
You may think the other person will get it or will have it, and the other person could be thinking the same for you. And what happens when you’re actually ready? There’s no protection! No. Be smart, be prepared and be safe. Get it along.
Don’t jump into it
Mister Grey does it and looks damn good and interesting when all he wants to do is pounce and get to it. But even he uses style and class, instead of starting right at the elevator and letting go of the ‘mood’ thing.
Image Credit: Movie – 50 Shades of Grey
It can get awkward, but take that in a fun and positive way
Knowing someone in the most intimate way can be quite awkward, especially the first time. Be prepared to have some of those moments and don’t get too stressed about it. Both of you are there to have fun together, so keep it that way.
Image Credit: TV series – How I Met Your Mother
Take care of your hygiene
This can be a deal breaker, right? So make sure you’re up to the mark in the grooming score card. If in doubt, why not head to the shower and heat it up there first? You can always take it to the bed and other parts of the house from there on.
Say what you like
Don’t assume your partner will understand what you’re loving and what you want. Help them by speaking about it. If they are doing something right and you love it, say so. If it’s not happening the way you want, guide them.
Enjoy the night, have a great time, but remember to leave when it’s time and not overstay your welcome. You may have bonded really well, but unless the other person specifically asks you to stay longer, make sure you kiss goodbye for the time being before it gets awkward.