Furthermore, it’s rarely the man complaining about size. “Most men will not kick a naked woman out of the bed,” says Rapini.
Fat, skinny, or somewhere in between, no one is immune from insecurity. “I think every woman has some issue with her body,” Rapini has found in her experience. Whether it’s cellulite covered saddlebags, or a big schnoz, or floppy arms, nobody, or rather, no body is perfect.
So instead of looking at what we have that we don’t like, we ladies should focus on what we really need to be sexy: confidence. That word might be easier said then done, but it’s definitely doable for everyone.
To get comfortable in your own skin, Mrs. Rapini prescribes her patients exercise, particularly yoga because, “It makes women more flexible and more mindful of their bodies... and in that you’re building an incredible confidence.” Perhaps the only thing sexier than bending over is confidence!
So while healthy eating will help you lose weight, gaining self-love and that self-assured swagger is very important to a great sex life. Hopefully, with this recent weight loss boost, Kirstie Alley will finally be able to hold onto her body confidence, no matter what her scale says.
That’s a good challenge for all of us, even if Sam Malone won’t return our phone calls.
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