Your guide to buying and wearing a Corset

Written by Miss Kensington

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Your corset should be comfortable yet supportive and you should be able to breath in and out without feeling constricted.

After a few weeks of wearingrepparttar corset you can shortenrepparttar 122040 lace strings sincerepparttar 122041 corset would have gelled more with your body. Please note that you should leave at least 18 inches of lace.

Caring for your corset is key, if you have purchased on a quality retailer you should have received a box with tissue paper. If not purchase these 2 things and wrap your corset away after each use. You dont need to wash you corset after every use; I wear mine at least once a week and only wash every couple of months. You will find hanging your corset out on a washing line to air will be enough to keep it fresh. To wash I recommend dry cleaning or a gentle hand wash using a very mild detergent. Do not at any times wash in a washing machine or tumble dry. Please always readrepparttar 122042 washing instructions on your corset before undertakingrepparttar 122043 cleaning process.

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Seven Valentine’s Day Tips for Spouses in “Less-Than-Perfect” Marriages

Written by Nancy J. Wasson, Ph.D.

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5. Practice having fun, even when you’re feeling miserable! Don’t wait until your life is perfect to plan fun activities. Do something that you’ve wanted to do but have put off. You might have said to yourself, “One day I’m going to take piano lessons.” Now isrepparttar time to get started. Make a list of things that you’d enjoy doing and pick one to put on your schedule. One ofrepparttar 122039 biggest mistakes you can make is to wait and see what happens in your marriage before you take steps to create a more satisfying life. The time to start enjoying life is now.

6. Expand your support circle. Stay in touch with your friends, even though your first impulse may be to withdraw when you’re feeling blue. Look for ways to increase your contact with others such as taking a night class, going hiking with a local hiking group, or attending services at your church, synagogue, or mosque. Don’t let fear of questions keep you at home. You can be discrete and give a response such as, “I can’t get into it, but I appreciate your caring and concern so very much. Thank you.”

7. Find your strong woman or strong man warrior energy. Go rappelling, learn to scuba dive, ride in a hot air balloon, try para-sailing, plan a backpacking trip, go horseback riding, lift weights, explore river rafting, dance around a campfire, sing powerful songs, or sign up for a martial arts class. Do whatever empowers you and make you feel strong and energetic. Stretch out of your comfort zone and surprise yourself by doing something different. Then congratulate yourself for your spunk.

Tips adapted fromrepparttar 122040 book Keep Your Marriage: What To Do When Your Spouse Says “I don’t love you anymore!” by Nancy J. Wasson, Ph.D. and Lee Hefner. Available only at

Nancy J. Wasson, Ph.D., is co-author of Keep Your Marriage: What to Do When Your Spouse Says "I don't love you anymore!" Available only at http://www.Keep Your Nancy can be contacted at

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