WEIGHT LOSS HASN’T IM­PROVED MY SEX LIFE!

Woman (UK) - - Ask -

QLast sum­mer, I started a new diet plan, and have dropped from a size 20 to a size 14. On the one hand, I’m thrilled; on the other hand, I’m not used to get­ting so much at­ten­tion, and I keep feel­ing that I should get sex­ual with a man just be­cause he’s in­ter­ested. Now I’ve had so many dis­ap­point­ing ex­pe­ri­ences that I al­most feel like putting the weight back on again!

Su­san says

APlease don’t put the weight back on – you’re al­most cer­tainly health­ier for hav­ing lost it! In­stead, learn to han­dle the of­fers you’re get­ting. The key is to take charge. Make it clear early on that sex isn’t the first thing on your agenda. Then wait – if nec­es­sary for weeks or months – un­til you feel com­fort­able, trust­ing and con­nected to a po­ten­tial part­ner. You’re far less likely to be dis­ap­pointed. Above all, only have sex be­cause you want it.

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