Get Comfortable Naked
By Andre Lafome
There’s only one way to get good at or comfortable at doing something. That is to do it over and over again. Constantly practicing something will give you confidence and make you more comfortable with whatever you do. Lets take nudity as an example. If you’re not comfortable being naked in front of others, then there’s really only one way to get comfortable. That way is to be naked in front of other people.
Yes, there are small steps you can take to help you reach that goal, but in the end the only real way to get comfortable is to be naked around others and do it over and over again. Now, obviously you can’t just go around being naked in our society. There are laws against that, but like everything else, there is a time and a place for nakedness. Let’s take the locker room for example.
Changing in the locker room is expected and allowed. Therefore getting naked in there is no big deal. If you plan on going into the pool or the showers you will eventually have to take all of your clothes off. Once again that’s expected in that environment.
So, next time you go into the shower, just remember that it’s normal for you and everyone else to be naked in there. Just get in, do what you’re there to do and then get out. Take your time too. Nothing screams uncomfortable like someone frantically trying to wash up. Just relax and take your time. Imagine that you are alone at home taking a shower.
Once done showering, take your time drying off and getting dressed. This will help you remain calm and get used to being undressed around others. We are creatures of habit and the more you do this, the easier it will become. Even as time goes by you might get a little nervous, but just put those thoughts aside and remember that you’ve done it plenty of times before.
Some people find it difficult to be naked around people they know, like friends and family, while they feel perfectly comfortable getting undressed around strangers. After all you may never see that stranger again, but you will see your friends again. You might worry what they’ll think about your body. I say, who cares? It’s your body and you’re the one that has to live with it.
And since we aren’t capable of reading minds, stop assuming that you know what they’re thinking. To get comfortable being naked around your friends and family is the same as with strangers. The more you do it, the more comfortable you’ll become.
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