Keep a nude photo of yourself on your phone — one where your body looks highly fuckable. Glance at it before sex to remind yourself of how hot you are. Pick positions that make you feel more attractive. Keep the lights off — or at least dimmed. Focus on his body. Instead of thinking about the way your face looks, think about how his face looks. Instead of thinking about how your moans sound, focus on how his moans sound. Ease into sex. Get used to the way his hands feel over your shirt.
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