Being comfortable with your own body: 5 Ways to Get More Comfortable Being Naked

Being comfortable with your own body: 5 Ways to Get More Comfortable Being Naked

Here’s an article posted in the Huffington Post some days ago. I posted a couple of articles on body shame and the fact that media was partially carrying responsibility of the search for the perfect body. I believe nudism is one of the possible cures to body shame, to being comfortable with oneself and others. Being naked socially is telling ourselves and the world: you can see me, I am who I am, I am well, I love my body. From a self-confidence perspective, this is the best thing that can happen to anybody. Having been very shy and totally not confident, nudism has provided me with confidence and poise I probably would not have had otherwise.
So in this article, Molly Napolitano launches a 4-week challenge to get comfortable with your own naked body named Naturally Naked Challenge. The five-step plan she describes is as follows:

  1. Be realistic
  2. Practice
  3. Meditate
  4. Use Essential Oils
  5. Do something every day that makes you feel good about yourself

The article describes each of those steps in details and provide an activity to undertake. If you are not 100% comfortable naked alone and with others, I really encourage to try the Naturally Naked Challenge. The icing on the cake would be to end it by a full week-end in a nudist resort, just to feel how wonderful the feeling of being naked a full week-end is. But you decide if the cake requires icing, the most important thing is to bake the cake first. Are you in?

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