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Sexuality is an important part of the human experience. And yet, when you are dealing with weight issues, it can be really easy to set it to the side. To think that you will be more interested, feel more ease when your body is a certain size or shape.

Joining me this week on the podcast is Dr. Sonia Wright, MD. Dr. Sonia Wright is a board-certified radiologist, a sexual counselor and a life coach. She is on a mission to help women embrace their sexuality as well as end the emotional pain and isolation associated with sexual difficulties. She believes wholeheartedly that all women deserve to experience pleasurable sexual intimacy.

In this episode, we are talking about how (and why you should) embrace your sexuality now, not once you have lost weight. The reality is, body image doesn’t usually improve with weight loss. You need to intentionally work on changing your thoughts about your body and what it can or can’t do. If you don’t, you can be a smaller size and still feel that your body doesn’t measure up in some way. And this can directly impact your sex life.

Dr. Wright has great tips to work on body image to make it easier to open up to your sexuality and pleasure. Scroll down to listen.

Make sure to download Dr. Wright’s free worksheet that she mentions on the podcast by clicking here.

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