How Do You Stop the Other Woman from Stealing Your Husband’s Attention?

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  1. ngureco profile image81
    ngurecoposted 8 years ago

    How Do You Stop the Other Woman from Stealing Your Husband’s Attention?

  2. TheSituation profile image66
    TheSituationposted 8 years ago

    It is natural for men to look at other women who are attractive, all people like to look at beauty and also to flirt.  Now this does not mean that us men can not control ourselves.  You need to control your man and not try to control all other women.

  3. lindagoffigan profile image61
    lindagoffiganposted 8 years ago

    A woman can not control a man's attention.  He must be aware of your dislike for his attention on the other woman and learn to look away out of respect for you.  If he chooses to give the woman his attention then there is not much you can do except accept the fact that he likes giving the other woman his attention.  He is still married to you and some women are satisfied with that aspect of having a man's attention.

  4. terced ojos profile image58
    terced ojosposted 8 years ago

    You can't stop the other woman from stealing your husbands attention.

    Your husband must choose you. It is completely voluntary on his part.

  5. Wayne Brown profile image85
    Wayne Brownposted 8 years ago

    Other women can only steal your husband's attention if he allows it.  I have an old saying, "We are all where we want to be."  Never believe for one minute that the reason your husband is giving another woman attention is because she stole the time from him.  In buying that perspective, you are allowing him to paint himself as the "victim".  You know, he can't help it if he is good-looking and these women are attracted to him.  To some extent, that is true but he can manage his actions and responses when they do.  If he is truly in love with you, he will have no interest in violating that love or your trust in him.  In fact, the thought of it should cause him great pain.  Discuss it with him in a reasonable way from that perspective.  Make the point that you are fully aware that he CAN control the situation from that perspective and that is all that you are asking him to do.  Once he knows you are not buying the "victim" perspective, you will see the true colors.  He will either modify his behavior accordingly or you will become fully aware that what you really have for a husband is a "dirty ole egg sucking dog."  I wish you well!  WB

  6. blowmoon profile image30
    blowmoonposted 8 years ago

    Trust your man, don't let him know that your jealous and overprotective. Its shows insecurity with yourself.


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