[[Category:Building and Maintaining Self Confidence]]
== Steps ==
=== Building Your Self Esteem===
#Create a positive inner dialogue. To be sexually confident, you must feel confident on the inside. Turn your negative thoughts about body image or self-worth into positive thoughts. Tell yourself things like, “I am hot”, “I can do this”, and “I am beautiful”.http://www.oprah.com/omagazine/Sexual-Confidence-How-To-Find-Yours
#*When you have a negative thought, immediately try to spin it into a positive thought. For example, if you look in the mirror and think, “I hate my body”, try instead to say, “I would like to be happy with my body so I will go to the gym after work”.http://blogs.psychcentral.com/weightless/2015/09/putting-a-positive-spin-on-negative-thoughts-so-you-can-take-healthy-action/
#Create a positive self-image. You have to look at your body and be happy with it before you develop sexual confidence. Look at yourself in the mirror naked and become comfortable with who you see. Accept yourself for who you are and tell yourself that you are beautiful.
#*Be hygienic and dress in clothes that make you feel good about yourself to promote a positive self image.https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/hide-and-seek/20...
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#*Don’t compare yourself to other women. Accept who you are and be true to her. You might see another woman who is skinnier or has better hair then you, and you might feel jealous. Instead, think about all the wonderful attributes you have and be happy about the person you are.https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/communication-success/201409/how-stop-comparing-yourself-others-and-feel-happier
#Initiate the romance. If you put yourself in control of a sexual situation, you will exude confidence both inwardly and outwardly. Approach someone at a bar you find attractive and ask them to dance. If you are in a long-term relationship, initiate sex.
== Related wikiHows ==
*[[Have Sex Appeal]]
*[[Be Sexually Empowered]]
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