Most women feel a pressure to be perfect in lots of areas of their life; at work, at home, and definitely in bed. What happens what you’re self conscious about your body and uncomfortable talking about it with your partner?
Or even when you’re not in a serious relationship…what happens when that dry-spell starts messing with your head? You start thinking there’s something wrong with YOU and then your body image suffers as a result.
Yikes. It’s a tough situation!
We’re told the way we are isn’t enough. Companies make a lot of money convincing us we need to look and act a certain way in order to be accepted.
I’m here to tell you, please don’t listen to them! I tried polishing away my “imperfections” to fit a mold our culture set. Guess what? It’s uncomfortable in there.
Today, I’m talking with Brittney Bliss, a sex educator, yogi, and women’s wellness enthusiast who’s sharing how you can redefine what perfection means for your body.
If you’re not happy with how you look and it’s impacting your relationship with your sexuality as a woman, grab your ear buds now!
What the pressure to be perfect looks like – 1:19
How beginners can practice body confidence & self love – 2:29
The connection between body image and your sexuality – 4:23
My analogy for getting to know your body – 8:05
Brittney’s turning point towards self acceptance – 12:41
She didn’t feel comfortable at first, but she did it anyway – 15:40
How your social instincts sometimes work against you – 17:40
Brittney Bliss is a gypsy traveler, nature yogi, and holistic sexual wellness coach. She spent the last few years travelling around the globe, her next stop is Ireland!
She is passionate about helping women discover and embrace their “wild woman”. It’s okay to release the pressure to be perfect and replace it with the acceptance that you’re already perfect.
Rebekah Buege is a body confidence coach helping strong women process critical thoughts and heal insecurities.
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