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Offline curiousk

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Yes, she was great during that time.   Telling which bras she liked or the ones she didn’t like.    She kept saying “which ever one is most comfortable with “

Offline curiousk

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I bought this bra about 2 weeks after my initial purchases.  It’s underwire, lace and does project my breasts some. When I look in the mirror and see my breasts looking good in the bra, it makes me feel good.  It’s comfortable and I’m ok with a bit of projection.    My  wife has said wear whatever is comfortable, but this is the only bra that’s I have that uplifts and projects a bit.    I figure if I’m wearing bras, I can have a bit of fun with it.
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Offline Johndoe1

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I feel the same way. If I am going to wear a bra, I might as well WEAR a bra and "enjoy" the benefits of same. I suffered anxiety too long because of my chest and I might as well get something fun out of it now.

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I agree with you. If you have breasts, you need to embrace it, make the most of it, have fun. That’s a nice looking bra, and it looks great on you. Perfect fit. You certainly need to wear a bra.   That’s wonderful that your wife recognizes that you need to wear a bra and encourages you to enjoy it. 

Offline curiousk

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Thanks for the compliment.   I like the way it fits.   My wife has said to do what makes me comfortable.    She probably doesn’t understand wearing a bra that enhances my breasts instead of decreasing them.   I think it’s part of the acceptance.

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 You have breasts like a woman.  You need to wear a bra like a woman does. You know this and your wife knows this. You both know you’ll be wearing a bra the rest of your life. 

 You’re going to need to build an add to a nice collection of bras.   And each day as you get dressed, the question won’t be will I put on a bra, it will be which bra will I choose to put on today.

 It will become  automatic to you every second nature for your wife just to see you putting on and wearing a bra. Just like every other woman. 

 One day you might choose a push-up. Another a minimizer. It all depends on what you will be wearing, doing, and how you’re feeling that day.   And your collection of bras needs to accommodate that  

Offline curiousk

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I don’t think she’s there yet as far as enjoying me enhancing my breasts.    Do what I have to do to be comfortable she says.   She’s fine with me putting on and taking off my bra in front of her. She doesn’t bring it up at all or gives me tips, compliments.   That’s her acceptance i guess.   

Offline SideSet

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Sounds like a not bad start

Offline curiousk

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No it’s not.    I simply think that she’s not thrilled about her husband wearing a bra, but tolerates it.  

Offline Johndoe1

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No it’s not.    I simply think that she’s not thrilled about her husband wearing a bra, but tolerates it. 
My wife is the same way.

Offline curiousk

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I understand about not being thrilled.   I’ve been wearing a bra for 6 weeks now and the feeling is night and day.   Walking up and down stairs, walking, etc is more comfortable with a bra on.  I jiggle and sway more than I thought without a bra on.   The shirts i wear rub against my nipples and it’s bothersome without a bra on.  Things are definitely better wearing one.    I guess I don’t expect her and I are sitting and talking about bras over coffee or going bra shopping together.

Offline Johndoe1

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No, we don't sit around and talk about bras. I don't think she would be comfortable with that. Some wives are though. I too feel more comfortable wearing a bra. I wear a bra basically from the time I get up until I go to be at night. I too find the movement and chafing on my breasts uncomfortable and the bra brings relief.

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Mine would likely be the same in tolerating but not completely accepting or thrilled by any means. I’m a 34b and fill it completely. Volume is there but shape I still get by so haven’t worried about wearing bras in front of my wife. But side set is right I got a standard bra and few sports bras but noticed my standard bra didn’t do the job in some outfits and ended up getting a balconette and t shirt and comfort and pull over bra for occasions it’s weird that not one bra fits all occasions but it is important for me that if I wear one out it’s not noticeable but also don’t want to smash them down at all times so get a collection of bras that are comfortable and quality for each occasion. I never thought I’d wear a bra but as things continue and the jiggle became noticeable I found it to just be better to bite the bullet 

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You are right. There's no one bra that works all the time. I have tee shirt bras, and sports bras and lined bras and unlined bras. Maybe too many, but I have found I can shape the breasts depending on the bra so I match the top to the bra.

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This is a wireless cotton bra that is my daily go to bra.   I have a black one like this one.   I didn’t really want a white one, but the store only had black and white bras in the store.  Maybe I’ll get another one in a different color and maybe a minimizer soon.   


 

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