A lot of naturists remain what I call closet naturists. They do not share their lifestyle with others, keeping it in the confines of their home, or going alone at the nude beach, without making nudist acquaintances. However, most closet naturists would love to meet other naturists and share their lifestyle with others, friends and families.
If you are a closet naturist or do not share with others openly your naturist lifestyle, this post is for you! If you are, however, a fully disclosed naturist who is very open with your lifestyle, this post may help you increase the number of your nudist friends by using simple and powerful psychological techniques.
If you learn and apply these techniques that I’m about to share, you will get more nudist friends, more acceptance of your lifestyle among friends and family, and more alignment with your deep beliefs. At the same time, you will avoid being considered as a pervert. Many people confuse nudism and sex, you will avoid shocking people by disclosing your lifestyle and you’ll avoid losing your friends because you shared your preferences when it comes to clothing, or the lack of.
Naturism is Backed by Science
The general rules that apply when you want to share that you are a naturist is that you need to agree to disagree. This means that the other people you will share that you are a naturist with may disagree with your arguments about why you are a naturist. You should be clear this should not have any impact on your relationship. The other person may disapprove your choice and may disagree to join you in nudist activities. Respecting other point of view is paramount of any balanced and healthy relationship. However, this rebuttal should not change your lifestyle, because this is who you are, and respect goes both ways.
Source: Naturally Carolina
Original publication 25 November, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 12th December 2020
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