How to tell a story that you’re both happy with and passionate about?

You don’t have to worry about making the right choice here, because there are plenty of ways to tell them all.

1.

Be yourself.

If you’re not the kind of person who reads for attention, you can be your own writer.

Here are a few ideas to get you started:  Be yourself, not a model.

You don�t have to be a model or an actress.

Be authentic.

Take yourself out of the equation.

Find the stories that you like.

Ask yourself, who are you?

How do I look?

Is there something you can do to make myself more of a role model for you?

 It can be as simple as taking a photo of yourself and posting it on Instagram.

Or it can involve more complicated things, like writing a personal story about yourself.

 Whatever you decide, make sure it doesn�t make you look like a bad person.

And then, be your best self.

2.

Talk about what makes you tick.

This is a great way to connect with your audience.

If there are no other stories to share, you could tell a more personal story.

Ask your friends and family, and get to know who you are and what you do. 3.

Be willing to experiment.

If something isn�t working, you may not be able to stick with it forever.

If that’s the case, consider trying something new.

You may find that the story just makes you more open to trying things you weren�t expecting.

4.

Don�t let your story end there.

The best part of a lesbian sex tale is that you never have to let it end.

If it doesn’t work out, keep going.

5.

Have fun.

If this is your first time, you might be nervous about the experience.

Here’s some advice to help ease the nerves: Be your own sexual guide.

If your friends or family are just starting to get to grips with it, they might not understand why you might want to do something that may not work.

Try it out.

If you do decide to try something new, you should take a break from it and go on a date.

If anything, it should help you get your head around the concept of having sex.

6.

Talk to people you like and get some feedback.

You might find that your friends aren�t your first choice of partners.

Maybe they don�re more interested in a more experienced partner.

If so, you don�’t have much to lose.

Ask them to be your guide.

And don�ll get them to tell you the details of the story.

7.

Keep writing.

The more stories you tell, the more your story becomes your own.

So, keep writing, keep thinking about the story, keep building it.

And if you keep going, keep finding the stories you love, you’ll be more than halfway there.