What happens when it's your husband flirting and getting emotinally bonded to other women while...
taking you for granted as always being there....
You know, how i see it, it is all part of a game we humans play. You strive for what you want, you want it, need it and will do just about anything to get it. We usually want most that which we cannot get and when we do get it it looses its charm and we want something else. Same goes for relationships. You never know how important something/someone is until you have lost it...
Tell him the party is over and kick him out of your home. Go on with your life and be patient for the right man to come into your life if that is what you want in your life. Just go on and leave him.
by thisiknow 2 years ago
What would you do if your friend flirted with your spouse?While on vacation with a few other couples, I watched in disbelief as one friend blatantly flirted with another friends husband. I could not understand why his wife said nothing. Being good friends with the wife I finally got up the nerve to...
by Ratke-Rani 3 years ago
Ladies - How do you feel about your significant other watching porn or looking at nude pictures of other women? (Not with you or with your permission or knowledge but by himself in secret.)Does it upset you or are you okay with it?What do you consider as cheating? Is it only cheating when it...
by Theresa Kennedy 6 years ago
Is it ok to have a crush on someone, even if you are happily married?I was telling this to my sister the other day, that it's normal to have crushes on people throughout our lives, even if we are happily married. It's ok to have a crush, but it doesn't mean you have to ACT on it. Am I right?
by Victoria Lynn 6 years ago
What are the advantages to getting married to your partner? or are there any?
by dashingscorpio 6 years ago
Do you flirt only with strangers and people you have never dated?It seems as though most people rarely flirt or use sexual innuendo with their spouses or long-term significant other. The same types of comments which were once welcomed or seemed humorous are often later seen as immature, silly, or...
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