My boyfriend and I have been dating for a month and hell be coming over to my house and staying for the weekend since my dad will be out of town (Still live with parents). My boyfriend loves my body especially my legs and my butt but, I absolutely hate every part of my body, I have stretch marks and some cellulite and I have a little bit of a gut. I've been self conscious about my stretch marks ever since kids in school made fun on me for them and my mom made fun of me for them. I haven't worn a tank top without a cardigan over it since 6th grade because of my arms. The problem is that I'm a Virgin and my boyfriend and I are going to have a really romantic night on Saturday and possibly have sex. Im super excited but scared about him seeing me completely nude. Also he weighs about 130 and i weigh 196 and i feel like i might crush him, any tips?
Most Helpful Guy
Nothing you can do. Just because hasn't seen you nude just based on your body shape and touching you I'm sure he kinda knows what to expect and he is gonna like it and you never will but for his sake if you want to be nude in front of him and you want him enjoy your body put on a brave face and go for it.2
Most Helpful Girl
A lot of people have stretch marks and cellulite, I used to have them too but nobody cared either way because everyone else had them. If he says he loves your body, that means he doesn't really care about your cellulite or stretch marks so I seriously would have nothing to worry about when it comes to his opinions on your body right now, some guys like just bigger girls, or just like any body type.
But if you want to improve on your body yourself you can always start working out and make a change for yourself. But only do that for yourself and nobody else. I think it will work on your confidence a lot, sometimes comments from middle school sticks for a long time, and even worse when your mum makes a bad comment, and its difficult to just accept your body as it is when that happens. So yeah, you have a choice to accept your body and love it as it is now, or work out and improve on yourself to a point that you start becoming more confident in your body.2