Naughty…but nice…?

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Claire Brummell, Feminine 1stThere are often times in life when we just want to do something that is…a little bit naughty.

When you get the urge to do something naughty, do you allow yourself to?

…and if you allow yourself to do something naughty…do you also allow yourself to enjoy it?

Watch the video now to find out how important it is to enjoy being a little bit naughty from time to time…

So do you allow yourself to enjoy being naughty?  Or do you feel guilty afterwards and beat yourself up about it?

What will you do differently next time? How could you really enjoy being a little naughty?

I’d love to hear your thoughts on this, so please leave me a comment below and let me know what you think.

Stay Fabulous!

Claire x

2 replies
  1. Jaime Colombani
    Jaime Colombani says:

    I love what you had to say about being naughty, we’re all human and thus have a tendency for human wants and desires. When we fight ourselves, we are fighting a losing battle because ‘we’ can not divide and win. But when we forgive ourselves and immediately go back to or resolve upon whatever course we veered from, we invoke change in our thoughts and behavior. Because change does not happen overnight, it happens with continued practice and perseverance.
    Also love what you had to say also about polarity in relationships. I have had trouble with this because I’m very masculine and am not looking for a partner like me, but opposite, in a sexual way, from me. Our personalities can be similar but I believe opposites do attract in the area of sexuality. I have always had problems of my partners competing with me. I love people for who they are and do not want to be in competition all the time. It is OK as an adolescent because you are exploring the world, but as a mature adult I frown on this because it causes friction and opposition. I want to grow together with my loved ones, not apart like invariably seems to happen to me.
    I am a divorced father of one who has never found love again after 8 years of separation. It is sad and lonely.

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    • Claire
      Claire says:

      Thank you for sharing Jaime, stick with it, there are many women out there who would love the presence of a masculine man in their lives to enable them to step out of that role and embody their femininity fully.

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