Dating a spoiled guy
Some can manage these concerns and still have plenty to offer a new woman; others cannot.
Those who cannot won't be as available or as giving as other men, emotionally or otherwise, but still want support, attention, and sex.
It doesn’t matter if his comments are critical, complimentary, or just factual. A man who talks about his ex may only be grieving his marriage, but it’s also possible he’s grieving the ex herself (which means there’s no room for YOU).
Most men know to avoid talking about past relationships on a date – divorce is no exception.
In other words, they may have little to offer if you're looking for more than casual dating.
Avoid giving more than you are getting from him in the hopes he will reciprocate.
You want what you want and you are delaying your orgasm to make her feel bad so that she will do what you want. And I will say, there's nothing wrong with being spoiled in regards to anal, I'm spoiled in that department too, I love to lick a man's anal hole, and love it when he me in mine keeping in mind he doesn't it with care, I actually Cum more when he plays in the backdoor....only thing I can say is that if both partners aren't aboard the back door than a conversation is due, but the anal is a beautiful experience if the people involved are in tune...I'm wet just thinking about my next anal encounter..... Try spending more time on the foreplay with her kissing, rubbing, sucking, licking, and you can even try her lubed hand while her mouth is busy elsewhere.
He knows if we do it later, I'll tell him to just go for it, and not wait for me. I'm a giving lover, enjoy my man busting his nuts, but hey it's not my fault if he doesn't.
Many divorced men begin dating long before they’re finished grieving, and you don’t want to be his rebound or wind up with a guy who can’t give you what you need.If he’s recently divorced, be cautious, take things slow, and make sure you get your needs met before getting too involved.This is Red Flag #2: He Talks About His Ex Listening to your date talk about his ex is not only annoying, it’s an ironclad sign he isn’t over his marriage yet.A divorced man should keep his mentions of the ex to a bare minimum, such as “my ex and I share custody of our son.” If he doesn’t, it may be time to move on.
If things work out with him, you will have ample time to share your pasts. He’s Working Through Stuff Divorced men may have a lot on their minds, including any unresolved grief, financial concerns, being a single parent, and generally trying to rebuild their lives.
I've had the "can't finish problem" and I found when I really liked/loved someone it wasn't a problem anymore... My best advice would be to go see a professional therapist (sexologist to be more precise if we're going to use grown-up terms).