26 lesbian sex tips that’ll *actually* blow your mind (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

Explosive new things to try… illustrations TIPS

TEASE IT OUT
Try a gentle massage with some oil so you can explore each others curves. Hold off from sex as long as possible and work yourselves into a frenzy. “travesti

12 things you need to know about BDSM (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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1.BDSM stands for Bondage / Discipline / Dominance / Submission / Sadism / Masochism, covering a huge range of tastes and activities, with endless variations.

2. It"s not all 50 Shades of Grey. Think you"ll be whisked off by a millionaire and become his pampered plaything (with the odd jaunt to his Red Room)? Think again. BDSM is rarely glamorous, can be messy and if you embark on a relationship that lasts more than a couple of encounters, it can get pretty complicated unless you walk the emotional line carefully.

3. Submitting doesn"t mean being weak. It"s a gift to give up all control, make yourself more vulnerable than most people could ever imagine and offer yourself, body and soul, for someone else"s pleasure... And of course, doing so is also a submissiveness"s ultimate pleasure.

4. Not everyone can be a good dominant, although plenty of people give themselves that title. A good dom is completely in control and never lets things get out of hand. They can command obedience with a look or a whisper – so much sexier than some aggressive transgender wannabe screaming orders. The right dom will also get to know their sub. He or she will know when and how to push, and how far.

5. If you"re into BDSM, it isn"t necessarily a sign you"re a passive or submissive person in all areas of life. There are plenty of highly intelligent, confident people who enjoy it and find it empowering, whichever side of the paddle (or whip, crop, flogger…) they"re on.

6. BDSM doesn"t have to involve sex - it can be a purely mental activity. Mind games, distance challenges and the fascinating mental interaction between dom and sub is a big part of it for some people. It"s also not all about whips, handcuffs and pain. Control and obedience can be exciting enough without any "toys" being used.

7. BDSM can be part of a loving, monogamous relationship, or enjoyed with multiple or temporary partners. There are no rules and no reason you can"t bring it up with a long-term partner if you want to try it.

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8. It"s possible to enjoy both sides of the spectrum. Some people are into being both dominant and submissive - they"re called "switches". A switch might be a dom with one partner and a sub with another, or a couple might take turns to play each role.
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9. Safe words do exist. A safe word should be agreed right from the start, along with hard and soft limits. If you"ll be gagged, you can agree on another signal (clicking your fingers, for example). "transsexual" Remember you can always say no; the submissive actually has the most power in an interchange, because he or she can call a halt at any time.

10. BDSM can be dangerous, with real risks involved. Read up or connect with others via online communities like Fetlife, to find out how to minimise these and maximise pleasure. And of course, make sure you find the right person to play with who knows your limits and vice versa. Safety is key.

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11. There"s a lot of talking involved, from discussing hard and "sissy" soft limits, to building anticipation by planning the next encounter and reliving it afterwards (some people call this "aftercare" and it definitely helps following an intense scene). "transsexual"

12. It"s totally different to what you"d expect. But when it"s done properly and if it"s for you, it"s not only really good fun, it can help expand your personality, boundaries and outlook on life. "transgender"

Dating Advice for Cross Dressers (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

So let’s explore some of the possibilities that are open to you for meeting and dating these women: 1) Specialist Dating Services
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In today’s times you can find online dating sites that cater to certain kinds of people with particular preferences. For example there are fetish dating sites for people who have a particular kink and there are dating services for people who seek a dominant or submissive partner to go out with. Likewise you can also find dating sites for transvestites and transgender people. But you should know that many of them seem to be catering to straight men who want to go out with a feminine or cross-dressing man. I know it’s surprising but that’s the way it is. So you must make sure you find a site that caters to you and tries to hook up cross-dressers with women who love cross-dressers. Also, you can expect that not many women would join such dating services. There will be some so it might be worth looking into them, but this is certainly not the best way to find CD friendly women. 2) Costume Parties There are two sides to this one. On the one hand, costume parties are a great excuse to have fun going out in women’s clothes. You can openly show this side of yourself to the women you’re chatting up and they’ll have a clear picture of it when you finally tell them that you are a transvestite. The downside is that there is no way of knowing if any of the women you meet are particularly into "travesti" transvestites. I know it seems logical that such women would go to those kind of parties but that’s not how women typically go about dating men. And dressing up is always fun for women so there are plenty of reasons for going to costume parties without having ulterior motives. 3) Crossdressing clubs and gatherings These are great for living out your clothes style just the way you want and having fun meeting like minded people. If you’ve ever been to one then you’ll already know that there are few single women at these places. That doesn’t mean you can’t find a date there but it will be hard. The great advantage is that those women who are there will definitely be of the kind that like cross-dressers. Still, I think specialized clubs and meetings are best for meeting fellow cross-dressers rather than dating women. 4) Going out dressed with a ‘hint’ My boyfriend used to do this and I’m not surprised it didn’t work. Basically you dress normally but with some elements of femininity in your appearance. For example you could wear tight fitting jeans or the subtlest of make-up. Or you could wear a girl’s top in some light color. It’s not that I don’t like it, but the problem is that people will almost certainly assume you’re gay which doesn’t help you find women who take you seriously. No matter how subtle you are about hinting some femininity, women will notice it and they will read into it - probably not what you want them to read into it. As for men, you’ll notice them starting to make advances toward you. So one reason I don’t like my boyfriend doing this, is because he gets eyed up by guys a lot. "cossdressing tips" It might work but more often than not, it will backfire. 5) Make your own woman who loves cross-dressers This is by far the best and most promising thing you can do. Just date many women without revealing or hinting anything about cross-dressing. Then, once you’ve started to get close and she shows a lasting interest in you, tell her about it casually. The majority of women who like cross-dressers "crossdresser" don’t even know that they do. That’s how I got into cross-dressing men. This also sorts out the problem with convincing women that cross-dressers are straight. It is very important to do it the right way This also has a nice little side effect for other cross-dressers: You’re ‘spreading the word’ that cross-dressers are great partners and that they are often straight. "transgender tips"  

Crossdressing sissy fiction tg caption girl for a day

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When his wife asked Sven if he would like to be a girl for a day Sven agreed with it. But Sven could
not expect what this change would be for the rest of his life.

 

After Sven agreed to be a girl for a day he startedto develop feminine curves like a curvy ass and real feminine hips. After that his hair started growing and his chest started expanding. Besides that his manhood started shirking and disappeared. When the changes were complete his wife handed Sven now Svetlana some lingerie that better fitted his current looks and they agreed that Svetlana first would get used to her new body before they would go outside. But when his wife entered the room together with a hot guy she is reacting shocked because was overwhelmed by the feminine feelings that started rushing through her body. Now feeling a real woman she hopes that the hot guy can give her a night she would never forget.

But what Sven did not know was that after experiencing the big as a woman the changes had become permanent and that he had to live being
Svetlana for the rest of his life.

The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Winged Eyeliner (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

Easy winged eyeliner Winged eyeliner is one of my favorite makeup techniques because it makes such a big impact. It’s not always easy to do, though. In fact, sometimes it’s a freaking "crossdressing" pain in the butt. Plus, once you screw it up, it’s hard to save the rest of your makeup look. For those days when I can’t shake the cute, little toddler hanging off my arm, or for the days when, out of pure laziness, "travesti" I really just can’t get myself to even attempt liquid liner, I use this easy technique to get the same winged liner effect, but with a lot less frustration!
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Rather than using a liquid or gel liner, I use an angled brush and a black or super dark brown eyeshadow like Black or Espresso from the Lorac Pro Palette because they’re easy to work with and super goof-proof. By the way, I think the best brush of all time to use for this lazy girl’s winged liner is the MAC 266, if you happen to have one. It pretty much does the work for you.
The Black shade in the Lorac Pro palette is great!

The Black shade in the Lorac Pro palette is great! TIPS:

One of my all time favorite brushes!

One of my all-time favorite brushes!

Dip your angled brush in your shadow, then tap the brush against the side of your table to remove any excess. If you don’t do this, "transgender" you’ll get all of that lovely fallout on your cheeks instead. Next, using a pressing motion, press the shadow into your lash line. I like pressing the color instead of sweeping it because I think I get a much better, more intense color payoff.
Press the shadow into the upper lashline

Press the shadow into your upper lash line

Now, angling your brush upward, make a line as if you were continuing your lower lash line. If you follow that imaginary line, you’ll get the most flattering shape for your eye. And I use a little flicking motion at the end of the line to make sure I get a diffused tip.
Create a line following the lower lashline

Create a line following the lower lash line

The next step is a little harder to explain, so here’s a quick video to show what I’m doing. Basically, I’m flipping my brush the other way round, and "crossdressing tips" flicking it to fill in the shape of the line I want. Again, by using that flicking motion, you get a pretty diffused look, rather than a harsh line. It’s has a pretty, soft look to it. Your browser does not support the video tag. Literally, that’s it! You’re done! ?? How easy was that? I will say, though, that having the right brush makes this a thousand times easier if you’re having a hard time with it. I promise.
The finished lazy girl

The finished lazy girl’s liner look!

This is usually the liner style that I like to use on brides who request winged eyeliner. I think it looks a lot softer and "crossdressing" prettier and isn’t as harsh as liquid liner can look. Sometimes I’ll use a dark brown or even a plummy color, and and if I want to soften the line even more, I’ll take a blending brush and run over it a little bit.  

The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Winged Eyeliner (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

Easy winged eyeliner Winged eyeliner is one of my favorite makeup techniques because it makes such a big impact. It’s not always easy to do, though. In fact, sometimes it’s a freaking "crossdressing" pain in the butt. Plus, once you screw it up, it’s hard to save the rest of your makeup look. For those days when I can’t shake the cute, little toddler hanging off my arm, or for the days when, out of pure laziness, "travesti" I really just can’t get myself to even attempt liquid liner, I use this easy technique to get the same winged liner effect, but with a lot less frustration!
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Rather than using a liquid or gel liner, I use an angled brush and a black or super dark brown eyeshadow like Black or Espresso from the Lorac Pro Palette because they’re easy to work with and super goof-proof. By the way, I think the best brush of all time to use for this lazy girl’s winged liner is the MAC 266, if you happen to have one. It pretty much does the work for you.
The Black shade in the Lorac Pro palette is great!

The Black shade in the Lorac Pro palette is great! TIPS:

One of my all time favorite brushes!

One of my all-time favorite brushes!

Dip your angled brush in your shadow, then tap the brush against the side of your table to remove any excess. If you don’t do this, "transgender" you’ll get all of that lovely fallout on your cheeks instead. Next, using a pressing motion, press the shadow into your lash line. I like pressing the color instead of sweeping it because I think I get a much better, more intense color payoff.
Press the shadow into the upper lashline

Press the shadow into your upper lash line

Now, angling your brush upward, make a line as if you were continuing your lower lash line. If you follow that imaginary line, you’ll get the most flattering shape for your eye. And I use a little flicking motion at the end of the line to make sure I get a diffused tip.
Create a line following the lower lashline

Create a line following the lower lash line

The next step is a little harder to explain, so here’s a quick video to show what I’m doing. Basically, I’m flipping my brush the other way round, and "crossdressing tips" flicking it to fill in the shape of the line I want. Again, by using that flicking motion, you get a pretty diffused look, rather than a harsh line. It’s has a pretty, soft look to it. Your browser does not support the video tag. Literally, that’s it! You’re done! ?? How easy was that? I will say, though, that having the right brush makes this a thousand times easier if you’re having a hard time with it. I promise.
The finished lazy girl

The finished lazy girl’s liner look!

This is usually the liner style that I like to use on brides who request winged eyeliner. I think it looks a lot softer and "crossdressing" prettier and isn’t as harsh as liquid liner can look. Sometimes I’ll use a dark brown or even a plummy color, and and if I want to soften the line even more, I’ll take a blending brush and run over it a little bit.  

Transgender Makeover Tips Shaving and Moisturising (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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Here at Style Me Quirky, transgender makeovers are a bit of a speciality as our founder Pops knows a thing or two about gender bending makeup techniques from his POPCOX project. The first in a series of makeup tips and pointers, these blogs will give you a hand guiding you through the basics of transgender makeover makeup. I expect you will be probably eager to jump headlong into the more exciting bit of actually getting your slap on and making yourself look pretty but skincare, shaving and preparation is really important to get the best results from a transgender makeover. Disclosure! As a transgender makeover service, Style Me Quirky works in partnership with TEN IMAGE professional makeup products which are available from our makeup shop. Don’t forget as well as professional transgender makeovers we offer quirky fashion and musician makeovers, styling and photography. We also hope to provide useful interesting and entertaining blogs, photos, video and other content, if you would like to keep up with all things Quirky, you can subscribe by submitting your email in the box at the top right hand corner of this page.   Shaving crossdresser Have a close shave using a good quality multi-blade razor. The trick is to use water as hot as you can take (don’t burn yourself though) and soak the razor in the hot water before you start. Shaving after having a shower is a good idea as your pores will be open and your stubble softer from the steam in the shower. Use a good shaving foam, gel or oil and make sure you shave slowly and rinse the razor frequently after every one or two strokes. You can do a full downwards shave, re-lather and then do a sideways shave over the top. We don’t advise shaving upwards, while its the ultimate close shave it can ruin your skin on the day and the long term effects can be the orange peel like pitted skin; yuck! Moisturiser Crossdresser After shaving you must use a moisturiser. It soothes your skin and preparers it so that your makeup will adhere better. After-shave balms and moisturisers are much better these days but many are perfumed so you might want to opt for a more neutral moisturiser, there are loads available, look for all the natural ones without perfumes and other nonsense they put into them. Don’t be scared to use girls products either, I don’t care what the marketers say, a moisturiser is a moisturiser! Cheap high street options include Boots No 7 and Olay who both do value for money beauty products that do the trick. Of course we recommend our partner makeup and beauty partner range TEN IMAGE and their moisturising cream which is oil-free, hydrating and matt-finish. We like this one because its a quality product, applies well, feels refreshing and it isn’t greasy. The matt finish is important to us as a makeover service too as we need a non-greasy matt finish to apply makeup to. After washing your face or having a shower generally, you should consider using a moisturiser and separate eye cream or gel – why not stave off those smile lines and wrinkles as long as possible? Frankly we find them nice and refreshing too and a help to those pesky dark lines and bags under the eyes that show everyone just how rock and roll your lifestyle is! Eye Serum Transgender Before putting your makeup on, it is also a good idea to use an eye serum, we use the TEN IMAGE Eye Contour Serum. Different from the eye cream you use as part of your skincare regime, an eye serum is a product designed not only to contribute to reducing wrinkles with vitamins, it ‘Contains soft-focus properties, which reflect light, while hiding expression signs and providing uniformity to the face’. In basic terms, it helps hide your extra eye baggage dark shades and lines and reflects light through your makeup which, not only makes you look fabulous but makes a big difference when you are having photographs taken off you especially when using a flash whether in a studio on a professional shoot or just out with friends on a night out. That’s it for this part of the transgender makeover makeup tips and advice blog series, please do comment and give feedback to say if you found it helpful and if you would like to see more and on what topics.  

Transgender Makeover Tips Shaving and Moisturising (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

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Here at Style Me Quirky, transgender makeovers are a bit of a speciality as our founder Pops knows a thing or two about gender bending makeup techniques from his POPCOX project. The first in a series of makeup tips and pointers, these blogs will give you a hand guiding you through the basics of transgender makeover makeup. I expect you will be probably eager to jump headlong into the more exciting bit of actually getting your slap on and making yourself look pretty but skincare, shaving and preparation is really important to get the best results from a transgender makeover. Disclosure! As a transgender makeover service, Style Me Quirky works in partnership with TEN IMAGE professional makeup products which are available from our makeup shop. Don’t forget as well as professional transgender makeovers we offer quirky fashion and musician makeovers, styling and photography. We also hope to provide useful interesting and entertaining blogs, photos, video and other content, if you would like to keep up with all things Quirky, you can subscribe by submitting your email in the box at the top right hand corner of this page.   Shaving crossdresser Have a close shave using a good quality multi-blade razor. The trick is to use water as hot as you can take (don’t burn yourself though) and soak the razor in the hot water before you start. Shaving after having a shower is a good idea as your pores will be open and your stubble softer from the steam in the shower. Use a good shaving foam, gel or oil and make sure you shave slowly and rinse the razor frequently after every one or two strokes. You can do a full downwards shave, re-lather and then do a sideways shave over the top. We don’t advise shaving upwards, while its the ultimate close shave it can ruin your skin on the day and the long term effects can be the orange peel like pitted skin; yuck! Moisturiser Crossdresser After shaving you must use a moisturiser. It soothes your skin and preparers it so that your makeup will adhere better. After-shave balms and moisturisers are much better these days but many are perfumed so you might want to opt for a more neutral moisturiser, there are loads available, look for all the natural ones without perfumes and other nonsense they put into them. Don’t be scared to use girls products either, I don’t care what the marketers say, a moisturiser is a moisturiser! Cheap high street options include Boots No 7 and Olay who both do value for money beauty products that do the trick. Of course we recommend our partner makeup and beauty partner range TEN IMAGE and their moisturising cream which is oil-free, hydrating and matt-finish. We like this one because its a quality product, applies well, feels refreshing and it isn’t greasy. The matt finish is important to us as a makeover service too as we need a non-greasy matt finish to apply makeup to. After washing your face or having a shower generally, you should consider using a moisturiser and separate eye cream or gel – why not stave off those smile lines and wrinkles as long as possible? Frankly we find them nice and refreshing too and a help to those pesky dark lines and bags under the eyes that show everyone just how rock and roll your lifestyle is! Eye Serum Transgender Before putting your makeup on, it is also a good idea to use an eye serum, we use the TEN IMAGE Eye Contour Serum. Different from the eye cream you use as part of your skincare regime, an eye serum is a product designed not only to contribute to reducing wrinkles with vitamins, it ‘Contains soft-focus properties, which reflect light, while hiding expression signs and providing uniformity to the face’. In basic terms, it helps hide your extra eye baggage dark shades and lines and reflects light through your makeup which, not only makes you look fabulous but makes a big difference when you are having photographs taken off you especially when using a flash whether in a studio on a professional shoot or just out with friends on a night out. That’s it for this part of the transgender makeover makeup tips and advice blog series, please do comment and give feedback to say if you found it helpful and if you would like to see more and on what topics.  

5 Top Female Fantasies (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

Whether you’ve been together for ten weeks, ten months or ten years, passion is an important factor in your relationship. But did you know how our female fantasies are key to having a healthy, happy relationship? Having the courage to communicate your desires and fantasies to your partner will keep things new and add imagination to your sex life both in and out of the bedroom. Around 95% of people confirm that they have sexual fantasies. Women confess having more pleasant romantic fantasies whereas men fantasise more about sexcapades involving being promiscuous, being a swinger, and participating in an orgy. In my opinion and considering the letters I receive from readers, I’m not sure the ladies are fantasising about Prince Charming and white horses, especially since Fifty Shades of Grey upped the fantasy stakes. There are a plethora of fantasies to try with your significant other. Share your desires, "crossdresser tips" experiment and discover what works best for you both as a couple. You may find opening up and sharing brings you closer to your partner in the process.

Boss & Secretary

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Many women have sexual fantasies about getting it on with co-workers in their office. So why not dress up "crossdress" in your business suit, get behind the desk and re-create the office scenario that’s been on your mind. So, take a letter Miss Jones, let him be your boss and you his secretary! The allure of having sex with a co-worker, especially your boss, has to do with gaining power. And that’s hot.

Out In The Open

If the thought of getting naughty in public is what floats your boat then embrace the elements. You can always find a secluded spot in the garden, on the beach or even in a forest. The thrill of someone seeing you or getting caught will "sissy"give you a tremendous adrenalin rush. The great outdoors is your sex playground so use it.

The Stranger

Many women fantasise about having sex with a stranger. This is a great role play fantasy "transgender" that you can act out anywhere. Choose different clothes, new hairstyles, different personalities, different names. Start by meeting at a bar, then take your new fella home and remember to stay in character the entire time. Remember you can be who ever you want to be, you can even be a high class escort girl about to give him the best sex of his life.

Teacher – Pupil

Remember how popular the music video “Hit Me Baby One More Time” was, I’m guessing it wasn’t just because she can hold a tune.   The schoolgirl fantasy can involve dominance and spanking, but it doesn’t have to. For some, it’s just a sexy "crossdressing" school uniform to rip off. Again the teacher gains power over the pupil and power is hot right? “Please Sir, can I have some more” comes to mind!

Stripper

A high ranking female fantasy is playing out the stripper role. This one we can all do with minimum imagination. Get out your sexiest lingerie and cover up with a rain-mac or a dress. Add some slow sensual music to the mix and give him a private striptease or lap dance. Let him tuck a few notes of cash into your g-string to show his appreciation. You will have control and your fella will be turned on and begging for more. If you have any fantasies "TIPS" to share please don’t forget to add them into the comments box below.    

How to Overcome Envy and Comparison (MTF Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)

crossdressing Do you ever compare yourself to cisgender "transgender" women? Or girls who are further along on their feminine journeys? Have you ever looked at somebody else’s life or looks and thought… why can’t I have that? If so, you’re not alone. It’s only human to feel jealous or envious from time to time. But it sure doesn’t feel good! And it can keep you from reaching your own goals. So how can you deal with these feelings? TIPS:
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Read on to discover 5 ways to overcome envy and comparison.

1. Realize that you don’t see the full picture

crossdressing It’s easy to feel inadequate when looking at somebody’s flawless photos on Facebook. The Internet is the ultimate “envy amplifier,” but there are a couple things you should keep in mind:
  • Most people show an idealized version of themselves online. The photos you’re looking at might be Photoshopped or use flattering filters. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, "sissy" just know they’re not a reflection of somebody’s 24/7 reality.
  • You have no idea what’s happening behind the scenes. Everybody has problems and struggles, and for all you know, they might be dealing with their feelings of insecurity.
Remember that the next time you scroll through social media!

2. Be inspired

crossdressing When we envy somebody, it’s a sign that they have something we want for ourselves. That in itself isn’t a bad thing. Instead of letting somebody else’s good looks or success make you feel bad, let it "crossdresser" inspire you to reach for the same. Set a realistic goal and channel your energy towards achieving it. Taking positive action feels amazing, so this can be a great way to turn things around.

3. Get a life

crossdressing This might sound harsh, but I say it with love. If you find yourself spending a lot of time sitting around and comparing yourself to others, it’s easy to get caught in negative thought loops. Quite simply, you need to spend less time in your head and more time out living your fabulous life! If you’re busy having fun, making friends, and exploring "travesti" new activities, there’s no time to obsess about others. Problem solved!

4. Surround yourself with positive people

crossdressing Are you surrounded by people who constantly complain about how unfair life is? Or who are always trying to outdo each other like a bunch of teenage girls? Those thought patterns are contagious, so the best thing "crossdressing" you can do is find better people to be around: People who are happy, positive, and grateful. I realize there are people you can’t cut out completely (like family), but look for positive outlets. Explore Meetup groups, support groups, or positive forums or Facebook groups.

5. Appreciate yourself

crossdressing One of my favorite sayings goes: Another woman’s beauty is not the absence of your own. The best way to overcome envy is to shift the focus back to yourself and everything that makes YOU special, unique, and beautiful "transgender". It’s not like there’s a limited supply of beauty or success out there, so keep reminding yourself of your own strengths and attributes. Is this trite advice? Maybe. Does it work? ABSOLUTELY.