Having someone else believe in us and see our beauty, can positively impact us if we allow it.
I'm not self-conscious about my breasts, I feel content with their appearance. I had the first bra in my class at school. That was embarrassing at the time! I'm a size C. No doubt my husband has played a part in how I feel within myself. He's always said he loves my size, shape and other details. I would have thought he was a boob man the way he is around me. He has this way of looking at my body as though he's seeing it for the first time and kind of marvels at the sight ha ha. Yet he knows how my body responds to him and makes the most of that. If I've muttered a physical insecurity, he will simply say 'You're perfect.' Which is to say I'm perfect... to him. When I allow myself to accept/see the way he describes, well, it's a more fun and relaxed way to be.
When we started dating, he told me he was a 'legs man'. I remember feeling myself cringe, thinking my legs weren't my best physical asset. What I needed to discover/remember, is my version of what 'attractive legs' may be is different to his and perhaps that he can find various legs attractive. While I would have immediately thought of taut dancers legs... he was paying attention to my 'soft shapely' thighs.
Most of my friends are reasonably confident in how they look. Their body types vary. What I notice about these women, is their ability to have pride in their appearance while simultaneously not giving too much of a fvck. And that is great to be around.
Music belongs in a place with hearts beating and brains dreaming and people falling in love. - J.Buckley
Last edited by heartsbeating; 01-09-2017 at 11:41 PM.