“Feel Good Naked No Matter How You Look”
There are many books on how to look good naked. There’s even a TV show that seems to focus (ironically) on how to look better in clothes. However, the advice in most of the books focuses on diet and exercise to help you get in shape and tone up.
But we all know changing your body is not easy. Perhaps you’ve tried many times and failed. What do you do then?
This book will help. Even if you don’t change a thing about your shape, you’ll feel better!
In Feel Good Naked, you’ll discover 35 practical strategies for making you feel great about your body especially for those times when you feel most vulnerable – getting naked in the bedroom with your guy.
Each powerful strategy is completely stand alone so feel free to pick and choose the ones which appeal to you most. As you take each one on board, it will build another layer of confidence until your self-esteem is rock solid.
Feel Good Naked: 35 Secrets Of Irresistible Body Confidence is for you if
* you feel inhibited about taking off your clothes with a new guy (or one you’ve known forever)
* you find it hard to be relaxed in bed with your guy because of how you look
* you worry that he will criticize or go off you once he sees you unclothed
* you think about your muffin top, love handles, wrinkles, breasts, scars or cellulite (or anything similar) instead of focusing on your pleasure and his
* you’d rather make love with the light off.
Every woman deserves to feel good about her naked body. And confidence is such a turn-on – every man wants her to feel that way. If you’re less than happy with your naked body, start building irresistible confidence in yourself today.
Enjoy how good being confident feels!
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
So many women hate their bodies and I find that very sad. I wanted to write something to help change that.
Like many women these days, Ana Wilde is a full-time juggler of multiple roles. She is a writer, publisher, and the owner of a small business. She lives with her husband and two kids in an old house in Scotland, where she is chief cook and bottle washer as well as finder of all lost things.
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