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Question: Taller than husband and feeling insecure

Dear Lounge Advice,
My partner is several inches shorter than I (its only 2 inch difference). I love to wear heels when we go out, and he loves to see me in heels as well. However, I am embarrassed to go out with him in public because I feel judged and stared at. This is a problem especially when we go out to clubs. He loves seeing me look hot and all dolled up, but I don't feel hot with him standing next to me.

What should I do? Should we go out alone? Should I go out alone? We want to enjoy this lifestyle together, but can't seem to get over this hangup of mine. BTW, my husband has no problem (can't do anything about his height, and has totally accepted it). Other than the height difference, my partner is fit and attractive, which I love.

Thanks!

Sincerely,

(Anonymous)

  
Dear (Anonymous),

Ok, you're that hung up on a height difference that your husband doesn't share? You're married for god's sake. You take the good with the bad. He apparently doesn't have any problems with it, but you can't look past one supposed deficiency? To the point that you feel less hot, or even judged standing next to him??

Where would this kind of attitude come from?

Sounds like you have some issues that could do with some working out before you even think about the lifestyle. This kind of thing will lead you down the wrong path in the lifestyle (or life in general for that matter), especially given it's only a one-sided hangup. One way or another, you need to get over it, or get over yourself. It's not all about you and how you feel after all.
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