Fun sex things to talk about: enthusiastic consent, pleasure, sex toys , kink, orgasms, positions, intimacy. Less fun sex things to talk about: insecurity, inadequacy, unwelcome pain , dysfunction , internalized stigma, embarrassment. No one wants to sit around chatting about their deepest sexual anxieties. To help answer that question, SELF asked a few sex therapists what topics come up again and again in their work. Turns out, no matter what you're going through, more people than you might think can probably relate.
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Feeling as if you are out-of-the-loop with a group of friends or co-workers always brings insecurities to the forefront. The idea of feeling left out does not end in high school or college — it continues through adulthood. Even though many can push feeling left out aside, those with a mental illness often have more difficulty when it comes to doing just that. It all comes down to one word and emotion: insecurity.
One of the greatest challenges we face in our lifetimes is becoming comfortable in our own skin. A person who is secure with himself is much more likely to achieve success, have meaningful relationships, and be respected by others. A person who is insecure finds difficulty in many aspects of life. Since most people are insecure, a person who is secure has power and influence over others; even if they are not otherwise powerful. Coming to terms with who you are is the first step in obtaining happiness in life.