In my previous posts I discussed the importance of establishing a sense of self-worth. In my next posts, I'll look at how this sense of self-worth plays into your sexuality and relationships, and how your sexuality and relationships affect your sense of self worth.
Regardless of what your mother taught you, when you came of age and sex hormones flooded your brain, you started to yearn for that forbidden, seductive, carnal knowledge. As a species, our sex drive is a survival instinct. But as a female, your sex drive is obviously more than an instinctual need; it's wrapped up in feelings of comfort, love, companionship, excitement, naughtiness and hope.
Profound, trusting relationships with other people form the foundation of your personal community and essentially your universe. Such positive mutually beneficial relationships can intensify your sense of self-worth. Your one-on-one relationships are the cornerstones of your existence; you may even set your personal compass byRead More »from Sex, Love, Intimacy: Understanding and Enjoying Your Sexuality