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Some clues that you may have a body dysmorphic disorder (BDD)
- You prefer to have sex in the dark so that your partner cannot see your body.
- Do you want to partly cover your body (lights off) with clothing or a bedsheet, so that your partner cannot see the areas that concern you?
- If your partner happens to show intimate affection, do you often reject the advances for fear that it might lead to sex and another potential bout of sexual anxiety?
- Are you often haunted by thoughts that if you looked better naked, you might be more open to sex, and enjoy its ore?