It’s a beautiful experience for couples to be able to connect to the point of being bare with each other without being ashamed. Without feeling insecure about looks and body parts. This connection or even disconnect is often first from the mind. It’s very human to feel so conscious about what we consider imperfect in our body and it’s also possible to embrace one’s ‘flaws’ completely because in reality, what you may consider as a flaw may be a unique feature that your spouse admires.
It’s your spouse. If you are not vulnerable with your partner, who else can you be unashamed with? So, own it. Own your strengths and imperfections, understand that you are just perfect the way you and in trying to work on yourself, it doesn’t mean where you are now is horrible especially if it doesn’t affect your health. Yes, it is very okay to exercise and eat a healthy diet to achieve the kind of look you want but understand that you are just beautiful the way you are.
WRITTEN BY: JULIET AMBALI
Juliet Ambali had her first and second degree in English language because of her passion for writing but then she is more passionate about living life intentionally and she loves everything marriage related and believes the home front needs the right amount of attention for a better nation. She is the wife to a blessed man who has been a huge support system and a mother to an adorable daughter.