Do you have to “turn the lights down low” whenever you get into bed knowing that you or your partner are wanting to get frisky?
I mean, afterwards you are definitely going to need to go the bathroom to avoid that dreaded UTI, and you DO NOT want him to see your buns jiggle on their way out. Plus not to mention the cellulite, scars, general wear and tear of your amazing body. Who would want to see that right after making love to their partner. Seriously, right?
Everyone has those struggles. (here’s a secret: even your partner!) No matter how sexy and attractive you find them they also have their own body dysmorphia that they are trying to overcome and cope with. Seeing that your partner loves all your jiggles, bumps, scars, and cellulite isn’t enough though. You need to love them, too.
So how in the world do you get to a point where you can feel totally and completely comfortable when you are walking from the bed to the bathroom?
I’m going to get totally honest with you right here, lovely. It takes work. It is ideally a daily or at least a weekly practice that you have to do. But you are completely capable of letting go of your fear of what your partner thinks about your jiggles, your smells, or your grooming preferences.
Let me tell you something else, if you can work past these mental blocks (see my blog post about how mental blocks can turn into building blocks) you will see an increase in your appetite for sex.
Tell me please, do you want to have more and better sex with your partner?
I have never met anyone…and I mean ANYONE… who doesn’t want a better sex life.
I have something really fun brewing for you. Something that is going to help you tackle these issues with practical shifts and habits. Stay tuned to get updates and first access to it.
Finally, I want to leave you with something positive and uplifting lovely. So take a listen: