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Re: aging issues in and out of therapy Tabitha

Posted by pegasus on August 23, 2011, at 10:36:33

In reply to Re: aging issues in and out of therapy pegasus, posted by Tabitha on August 23, 2011, at 3:31:48

I find that even with a solid partner, I worry about my appeal to the opposite sex. Because, what if *he* stops finding me attractive? He obviously values my being attractive, and yet he says he'll always find me so, even as I become an old lady. He is very genuine when he says this, and I know he means it. But I worry that he just doesn't know what it'll be like. Which I know is kind of insulting to him.

You are so right that there is much to appreciate in our bodies at any age, as long as we're alive. And we're so conditioned to look for the parts that we *don't* like. It's heartbreaking, really. I do find that it helps to work at appreciating some of the good things. And really, there are a lot if I look for them. Thanks for the reminder.

- P




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