Most men secretly want to believe that you've rarely had sex before them (and if you have, it was probably rather insignificant).Their arrival into your life will commence a period where you become an insatiable vixen who finally discovers what great sex is all about.

If you say that you've slept with too few, he'll know you're lying.

If the question is ever asked, the answer is always, "I've always been very selective about who I make love with.

What's important is how you behave in your relationship with him. It's natural to become even more self-conscious about your imperfections when you meet someone you're attracted to.

But it's a mistake to draw their attention to your physical flaws (e.g.

It raises the obvious question: if he was so horrible why were you with him for such a long time? By communicating what you liked about your relationship you'll appear classy and kind, and by de-emphasizing the negative you'll appear charitable.

Don't discuss your negative experiences until you really get to know the other person better. Never tell a man how many other people you've slept with. Others say, "Discretion is the better part of valor." It's easy to meet someone you like, go out and quickly become intimate and innocently reveal unnecessary or inappropriate personal information that can be hurtful and sabotage a promising relationship.After all, during the formative stages of a new relationship, it's "what you don't say," that can allow a relationship to grow and develop unencumbered by TMI (i.e. Sometimes, it's important to withhold the truth until a time when it's more appropriate for it to be discussed.It's much better for him to think it's not even a topic worthy of discussion.After making love, if a man asks, "Was my penis big enough to satisfy you? Even if you meet a man who tells you he's angry with his mother, giving you many reasons for why he's upset at her, it's a good idea not to get involved.Men are far more sensitive and insecure about their penis than women can ever imagine.