Look for an opportunity to engage them one on one If you’re over their home for a meal, offering to clean up and help with the dishes is a great way to score some alone time your partner’s parents. “This helps them get a better sense of you, and you of them,” Dr. Six points
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Get some exercise The fastest way to calm the mind is to move your body. “Exercise will help calm you down and support you in moving through strong emotions,” Claudia Six, Ph.D., sexologist, relationship coach and author of Erotic Integrity. And physical exercise can help release cortisol, the stress-producing hormone, and release endorphins, your body’s feel-good hormones.
Watch yourself masturbate Masturbating in front of a mirror will help you feel more confident during sex, since you’ll see what your partner sees—which is pretty freaking hot, says Claudia Six, Ph.D., a clinical sexologist, relationship coach, and author. So get down with yourself where you can see your whole body. “Watch how your body