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Question: I’m getting back into the dating game after an unwelcomed break-up. I’ve even been on a couple of promising dates. Problem is, I haven’t had sex since my ex and I broke things off. So, how long should I wait to have sex with someone I’m dating?
Whatever your sexual choices are is your beautiful choice, my love! No judgement here and total honor of what is true for you.
Finding what’s true for you is tough when we’re empty, depleted, disconnected from our body, feeling needy, or aching for touch. Thus, my recommendation would be to self pleasure regularly so as to keep you full, overflowing, alive and centered in your body. This is true if you are a woman or a man.
Then, on a date, you are grounded, in your body, connected to your truth, and able to make the right choice for YOU about sex, not a reaction based on feeling needy.
LMK how that goes and if you have any concerned about the “unwelcomed breakup” that may be in the way of you truly attracting an ideal partner, let’s connect. Email my[email protected], say you’re from MeetMindful, and let’s see if I can discovered the core wound that could be in the way of you being 100 percent open, magnetic, and irresistible to your ideal mate.
Huge blessings and onward ho! Allana, xoox
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