In this society of high divorce statistics, when we see a couple that has grown old together, it’s more of an oddity, than a daily occurance! Don’t you wonder to yourself, “What did they do, to make it last? What’s their secret?” Other things that might go through your head are, “I wonder if they ever Cheated! Did they feel they had no choice but to stay together?”
We have so many more options open to us in this generation, it’s almost considered to be ‘settling,’ if you stay together and aren’t 100% happy. Don’t you, as a woman, worry about what it might be like to be alone, if we walk away from our spouses?
I know we dream, fantasize and wonder… but where’s the fine line between fantasy and what we’re REALLY capable of doing? It seems that line becomes thinner and thinner, with every new twist and turn in the road.
Three lines of thinking! One: Stay together for your children, just like your parents may have! Two: Why be ‘fake’ in front of the kids, so that they’ll grow up and think ‘fake’ is the way it’s supposed to be? Three: Cheat! and pray to GOD yu’ don’t get caught! Here’s a true story! http://www.box.net/shared/jhn0uear1k
The one thing I’ve learned in my 48 years, only you can make you happy. As far as our having an urge to venture into the world of stranger sex, it is not the sex, it is the whole picture. Married people who seek or rediscover someone simply, and yes it is that simple, are always unhappy with them selves.
So I have learned men and woman are the same.
Oh, I forgot to mention on my last post, that is why I am a lesbian….
It’s true Robert, sometimes we just reach a point, where nothing else can make us happy,no matter how hard the significant other tries. It’s either selfishness on our part, or burn out. Works both ways. Funny thing is, it might be happening to your spouse too, but they may be kind enough to keep quiet about it! Everyone’s different.
So you wait till the end of your post to tell us about the ‘new you?’