Suzanne is a mother of two kids, including a son with autism. "I knew something was wrong when he was about 2 years old. I found out he had autism, and I literally just almost collapsed," she says. "I stopped feeling sexy around when my child was diagnosed, because, really, to be honest, being sexy, being cute, all those things just paled in comparison to taking care of my son."
Her closet is stuffed with T-shirts, leggings and granny panties. "I'd like to see my wife wear something that really accentuated her figure that didn't make her look like an oval," says Suzanne's husband, Christopher. "She wears things that make her look overweight, and she's clearly not overweight."
"Being sexy is essential to being a woman. Part of being sexy is taking care of yourself and loving yourself," Suzanne says. "I would love to fall in love with myself again."