Worried about your body
Posted Tue Oct 30, 2012 03:03 PM
Posted Thu Nov 01, 2012 12:26 PM
Things you can do to keep it going and make it a romantic adventure.
Important to have an area that is quiet with no interruptions. Cell phones, door bells, kids knocking, etc. can ruin it. Lock your door.
Keep very soft low lights in the area that you will have sex. Blue or red seems to heighten the mood.
Have everything you will need handy so you don't break the mood by getting up and rummaging for what you need..
Wear alluring lingerie that sort of cover up those areas so they are not so pronounced.
Dab on a little nice smelling perfume.
Put on some romantic music on low.
Keep you partner focused by talking sexy about what you like or like to do. Never worry about yourself.
Use a little cover up makeup that smooths over rough edges and make it all blend.
Don't forget breath mints.If a guys smells a certain mint while having sex, every time he smells that, it will bring him back to that moment...even years later. Spearmint can do that, but so do others. Amazing that it can do that.
It has been said that really good sex starts hours earlier with just little hints that keep your partner anticipating a great time. A little food or drink can create that fantasy. KAZ
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Posted Thu Nov 01, 2012 06:22 PM
I am in a committed relationship with a man who truly treasures me. He always compliments my body whenever he gets the chance (both with words and by his actions) and even though it is not perfect treats me like the most attractive girl in the world.
But before all of that I believe it myself. I am not a porn star, therefore it is ok if my body does not look like one. I try to look after myself but like gets busy so if I put on a few kgs I allow myself that freedom.
I have so many friends that are struggling with body issues on smaller scales and it breaks my heart. The best thing you can do for you is have acceptance. It is something you have to work on and in cases where you don't think you can I suggest counselling for anyone, you will be so much happier and more well off on the future.
Sex is something so amazing, you don't need those thoughts that you are not sexy enough, good enough, thin enough etc, just enjoy t and let all else go for the time being.
Posted Thu Nov 01, 2012 07:03 PM
Posted Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:54 AM
When I had my first boyfriend and was doing it the first time with him, I wanted to have the lights off. I was very conscious of my body, the baby fats, marks, and I keep thinking if it's ok to moan, stuff like that. In the end, I didn't really enjoy it, so my partner talked to me about it and helped me overcome the shyness and being conscious all the time. You can talk to your partner about it and maybe both of you can work it out. I'm sure you're not the only one that is getting the same feeling.
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Posted Sun Nov 18, 2012 07:01 AM
I believe if you are with someone who is going to be hung up on your body in any negative way...you are with the wrong person...no ifs ands or buts about it.
Nor do I believe one should have to go to lengths to hide or cover up their flaws either, but would also agree that many do and that is fine and dandy...if that is what they want to do...not because they are being told to do it.
Perfect bodies may be something we once had, but no matter how much effort we put into maintaining it, they are going to all end up the same way...and we all know what that is. Perfect intimacy doesn't care about trivial issues like that and its longevity is beyond measure.
Posted Thu Nov 29, 2012 01:52 AM