Simply Her (Singapore) - - Project Runway -

The next time you start feel­ing in­se­cure about your body, re­mem­ber this: What you con­sider ugly may not even be a prob­lem for your hus­band. While you’re wast­ing en­ergy fuss­ing over those saggy boobs or muf­fin top, your man still loves ev­ery inch of you.

“Your hus­band prob­a­bly doesn’t have a per­fect body and doesn’t ex­pect you to have one ei­ther. So dim the lights if you must, but be con­fi­dent that if your man has al­ready cho­sen you, then he’ll en­joy be­ing naked with you,” says dat­ing and re­la­tion­ship coach David Tian, di­rec­tor of Aura Dat­ing Acad­emy. If that’s not enough to con­vince you, see how th­ese women get over their own is­sues. “I’ve al­ways been con­scious about my stretch marks and didn’t want my hus­band to see them. My sex life was af­fected for about a year. But then I re­alised that all I had to do was switch off the lights! We could still see each other’s out­lines in the dark – grop­ing is the new fore­play to me.” – An­nie, 37, stay-at-home mum “I used to be fit but since get­ting preg­nant and be­com­ing a mum, I’ve de­vel­oped a bulging tummy. So I’m al­ways in the mis­sion­ary po­si­tion. I be­lieve that if I’m ly­ing flat on my back, my tummy will look flat too!” – Natasha, 32, lo­gis­tics clerk “I’ve al­ways been busty, so you can imag­ine how saggy my breasts are now af­ter four chil­dren. My hus­band loves them of course, but I feel dowdy. To get over that, I make sure that I’m al­ways on top – if he does make any com­ments about my saggy boobs, I can al­ways blame grav­ity.” – Sheena, 38, com­mu­ni­ca­tions con­sul­tant

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