How to Feel Sexually Confident In Bed

Are You Having Trouble Being Naked In Bed? 8 Ways To Feel Sexually Confident In Bed!

Believing in yourself and your body is easier said than done, especially when you are vulnerable and you are naked. To feel sexually confident one needs to develop body positivity and feel more comfortable in their skin. This article will help you to know about 8 Ways To Feel Sexually Confident In Bed!

How many times were you nervous about being judged over your body? Or your size? Being self-conscious during sex is common, but it is unhealthy to stop yourself from enjoying the pleasurable activity and constantly mull over your body. 

No one is born confident in life. Confidence is learned over life by passing through various obstacles and learning self-belief. However, it is a myth to believe that confidence once acquired, can never be lost. You will soon learn that it is an interminable process that you will have to continue until you knock on the doors of heaven.

Tips to Feel Sexually Confident in Bed

If you are dealing with body image issues, here are 8 ways to feel sexually confident in bed:

1. Communicate openly with your partner

Being self-conscious during sex can make you seem closed-off and send wrong signals to your partner. They might not know what’s going on in your mind. So, the first thing that you need to do when you feel self-conscious is to talk to your partner.

Share your feelings and thoughts with them without any hesitation. It might seem discomforting at first but it will certainly unencumbered the burden from your shoulders. And who knows, talking about it can even make you less self-conscious in bed.

Ways To Feel Sexually Confident
Ways To Feel Sexually Confident

2. Build a positive relationship with yourself

The more you get to know yourself, the more you will be able to be okay with who you are from inside and outside. To do so, you have to know what you like and what you dislike more intimately. As it is often said, the first relationship starts with yourself. So, know which position you like in bed, which is the erogenous zone, etc. The more open you are to yourself, the more accepting you will be of your body.  

3. Do not pay much attention to your penis

More often than not, men are often conscious of the size of their penis and wonder whether it is long enough to satisfy a woman. This increased attention to the penis can put pressure on your mind and can even cause erectile dysfunction when you are in the moment. 

So, avoid paying much attention to your penis. Remember, that your entire body is an entire erogenous zone, so try to activate it as much as you can by trying different things. You can caress, cuddle, kiss in various regions, and even indulge in some foreplay. Foreplay is one of the most stimulating activities that can keep your sex life alive. Spend some more time grinding your bodies together before getting into the real thing. When you focus more on foreplay, you are taking the pressure off your penis and enjoying the moment. 

4. Don’t be too hard on yourself

Sometimes these body image issues often arise when you are being too critical about yourself. You consciously or subconsciously judge yourself to such an extent, that you are not comfortable in your skin. 

So, bring an end to this sharp criticism. This will be the major step for boosting sexual confidence. Another way to feel sexually confident is by not comparing yourself to more successful or beautiful people. You are beautiful in your way. Stop comparing yourself to people who are on Instagram and other social media platforms. What you are seeing may or may not be true. Mark Twain always said, ‘Comparison is the death of joy.’ Remember that.

5. Find what boosts your confidence

People have their confidence boosters in bed. It can be a song, saying positive affirmations to yourself, spraying perfume all over your body, etc. So, find what makes you more confident in bed and get straight into it. 

You can even boost your confidence by finding the right inspiration. As mentioned earlier, building confidence is a process; it takes a lot of learning and unlearning. You need to follow the right kind of people on social media, surround yourself with the right friends, and find a partner who does not condescend to your self-consciousness. 

6. Write about your feelings

If communicating with your partner seems a bit too uncomfortable for you, you can write them down first and whenever you feel right, you can talk about it. Journaling involves writing about your sexual experiences and your feelings attached to them, your past experiences that might have led to this situation, and certain memories that you feel are traumatic or which left an imprint on your mind.

This will help you to get a third-person point of view in life and help you to solve all the issues that you have been facing while having sex. Another way to accept these feelings is to talk to your professional therapist. A therapist might help you trace back to your insecurity issues and uproot them from your life for good.

7. Get a full-body medical check-up

If you are suffering from body image issues, you may suffer from erectile dysfunction at the moment. However, if it’s the other way around, that is, feeling insecure out of ED, then perhaps it is best to consult a professional.

It is better to come to terms with the condition and openly address it without any sort of judgment. Your doctor will provide you with VIAGRA and other over-the-counter medications to treat erectile dysfunction. VIAGRA helps in calming down the blood vessels in the penis and ensures proper blood circulation. Proper articulation of blood ensures erection and makes you sexually aroused. 

8. In the end, be patient

Building body positivity is an interminable process. You have to be patient with it. The more unrealistic goals you set for yourself, the more disheartened you will be in the end. 

So, give yourself enough time and be kind to yourself. Talk to yourself as if you were talking to your best friend. Challenge these negative thoughts but don’t expect that they will never return. They will. When they do, acknowledge them and let them go. 

More often than not, it is all in your head. Learn to be in the moment and enjoy sex. When you are too caught up in your thoughts, none of you will enjoy it. So, to feel more sexually confident, be patient, know yourself and accept yourself the way you are.

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