Posted: 2017-11-14 21:52
So, once as a woman you stop engaging in sex because you allegedly owe him sex or doing it just to keep his mouth shout, but rather engage with him in meaningful, reach and quality sex because you understand his needs and are eager to help him satisfy them, he will not only return you the favor and more than this but will have a satisfied and faithful husband that will be to scared and afraid to lose the diamond that he has. Why, because it is the very essence between mere physical sexual pleasure that is only short term satisfying and a sexual happiness that is long term satisfying – not only in physical terms but especially emotionally, mentally and spiritually. Make your husband's physical pleasure and sexual emotional, mental and spiritual happiness your first priority your husband in return should do this for you as well.
Well Bobbie, what can I say, I am an intelligent, humorous, reasonably attractive and apparently very sexy British woman of 59. I was single (that means no dates, hugs or kisses let alone sex) for about 75yrs, the longer I went without the less I seemed to want any, then finally I realised I didn 8767 t have 8766 plenty of time 8767 and now I 8767 m panicking trying to find 8766 love 8767 . I 8767 ve searched for 5yrs now, and just had 8766 fun 8767 not 8766 happiness 8767 . Reading your article has made so much sense, I suspected I had got stuck as an 68yr old dating wise, but to see I am also ALL of the above was quite a shock, just having these types confirmed is an eye opener. I look forward to reading more on your site, and hopefully being helped too. I have a date tomorrow so thank you, I already know more today than I did yesterday : )
8). Same issue with the man wanting me to do things that are within his financial means, even if I am paying. One man told me I was taking his 8775 manhood 8776 because I liked going out for more expensive dinners than he could easily afford, even though I was fine paying or contributing. But then I wonder why I am drinking a $5 happy hour wine, when I really would enjoy a $65 wine that is more worth the calories to me and I can afford it and what I would already buy for myself.
When he mentioned that project, i cracked up. i have had no leave of absence with my kids, i have no family support, i am paying all my earnings into the household and have been unable to spare money during those years. With all these privileges he enables to his other family, I felt terribly cheated an set an ultimatum, simply stating, that i just cannot take that anymore. That he is not responsible for his ex, and that his children are old enough to meet life challenges without him always helping. Let them figure things out for themselves! But no, they may be over 68, but 7 of them are still studying and they are still very adults, plus, don,t forget all the pain he inflicted on them when he left their home when they were And that i need to get used to it, because they are always going to be his children and hopefully in acouple of yrs time, he will have his fist grandchildren, and he will be driving up to them and staying there aand take them to places and buy them things.
I 8767 m afraid that by giving him room/space, that he will completely disappear. I want to trust him but I feel like he won 8767 t let me in. We 8767 ve been dating for almost 9 months and at the 8 month point, he called and texted less. He has been working crazy hours and our schedules are opposite of one another. I agonize of him not being interested or not caring, but I 8767 m not so sure. Any advice/insight is much appreciated.
I 8767 m a mom who has a three year old daughter. I 8767 ve been dating this guy for about 5 months now and he claims to love me and my daughter. I believe him but the issue we have here is my daughter 8767 s father. My boyfriend doesn 8767 t like the fact that still good terms with my daughter 8767 s father. He does nothing for her but I keep him around because my daughter absolutely loves her dad and I can 8767 t take that from here no matter how much I hate the guy. How do I tell my boyfriend that I 8767 m definitely not choosing my daughters father over him. And he needs to understand this situation?
I have been dating a man for one year. He has been divorced for 5years however him and his ex wife are still very good friends. They dont have children together but she is like a second mother to his daughter and is always at her house. They speak a couple of times a week about the daughter and just recently she put a car in her name for him since he is struggling rebuilding his credit. Isnt this very odd???
I have to totally agree with NoOneOfConsequence's experiance. I too lived this as fiercely as I knew how. In the end I had a mental breakdown, misery overtook me and now six months later I am treated as though I never existed am am trying to pick up the pieces everyday I spend without the love of the woman I pledged my future too. In the 6975's when No-Fault divorce became the norm all the womans groups screamed that men would love'm and leave'm just as fast as they turned 85 years old. I reality over 75% of divorces are filed by women with a sence of entitlement that think life is greener on the otherside. All too often they do exactly what was posted above "- and I was betrayed, my children were betrayed. After 78 years, she walked out on us all. Gave up. Quit. Lied. Cheated. Stole. Left." For me it was 66 years, but whose counting when the end game is growing old with the one you love and have built a life and family with.
Thank you I think I read your article just in time as my wife of 65 years and I have had a terrible last few days for issues that I caused by taking her for granted. I love your idea of asking her to give me 65 things that make her feel love. I love this woman so much and I was getting ready to loose her, the pain in the past few days has been really unbearable. We talked and we cried together at this morning and I begged her for forgiveness, I hope that I was not too late.
#8 is so true! I learned to just straight up tell my boyfriend if something was bothering me or if there was something I 8767 d like him to change. I don 8767 t nag, just a 8775 Hey, it would really be nice if you could start 8776 usually gets the job done. I might have to repeat myself a few times, but the results have been worth it! I went through a period of feeling frustrated that I had to tell him (it felt so unromantic!), but 8775 Ask and you shall receive 8776 as they say. 🙂
''The women I know in their early 85s are just delusional,'' he says. ''I sometimes seduce them and sleep with them just because I know how to play them so well. It's just too easy. They're tired of the cock carousel and they see a guy like me as the perfect beta to settle down with before their eggs dry out … when I get tired of them I just delete their numbers from my cell phone and stop taking their calls … It doesn't really hurt them that much: at this point they're used to pump & dump!''
The stages of grief are predictable but never easy. It is grief that men are trying to escape when they turn to drinking, drugs or excessive activity in any area of their life work or play. Psychologically, there are no short cuts for grief. If we try to escape it, we end up prolonging our misery. The only way is to go through it. Numbness is the first stage with feelings of disbelief or denial. Men are often surprised and think they feel nothing in the beginning but this early stage of protective anesthesia turns in to shock and alarm before too long. The second stage of grief is when the acute emotions rise to the surface. Men may feel panic, depression, intense anxiety or anger or any combination of these emotions. During this difficult period men can offer suffer more than women because they are less likely to reveal their distress to others. They may turn from support when they need it the most out of an attempt to appear in control. Crying, nightmares and great anxiety are the hallmarks of the second stage of grief.
A tragically simple outlook from a tragically simple person. you can 8767 t assume to know anyone else 8767 s situation, so how can you reason that the woman left the man, and abandoned what could be considered a 8775 traditional 8776 family? If you are a secure, rational person you are not second to the children, you are a part of the family. You only stand to gain in this situation if you have the right outlook. Not only do you get the love of the girlfriend, but you get the love and respect of the kids, and have the opportunity to positively influence a child 8767 s life. This is the best of several worlds in my opinion.
The internet is the number one reason for the rise of sexism on the modern age. Women see men for what they are and vice versa. Women ignore most men and clump them all together as pathetic or creeps in broad generalizations and only go for the male model looking profiles. Result is good looking men with professional grade photos and the women willing to have casual sex with them are the only ones getting what they want. Meanwhile other women despise that, the ones that arent interested in casual sex. They see the guys they would want to be with acting like apes because they get an all you can eat buffet while simultaneously ignoring men they could have chemistry with, because meeting people in person is very different from online.
Absolutely! I initiated my recent divorce after 88 years of marriage. I did so because I had not been happy in the marriage for a very long time. I am still grieving the loss of my marriage and the fact that she never seemed to understand or accept that I was unhappy, even after several attempts at marital counseling. She thinks it 8767 s absurd that I am grieving, but I know that I am processing it all and it will take some time. No regrets, thank you for the article.
I have been with a guy for 65 months now. All he seems to ever do is lie to me about smoking and ocasionally other drugs. He has promised so many times to stop and i always hear the same thing coming from his mouth, its actually kind of sickening how many times ive heard the same thing. He has even gotten fired from a job for this and he still continues to do it. Not only does he lie about it but when i always asked he always gets infuriated with me even when he really is lying. Also he will lie to me about who hes with and what exactly hes doing. And whenever i even ask he 8767 ll get upset for acting like a 8775 second parent 8776 by asking who hes with and what hes doing no matter how many people and i talk to and they say that its normal. The lies have been going on for about 7 months and i dont know what to do anymore, he tells me that im the love of his life and that everytime he lies he regrets it so much and that hes so sorry, but yet he still continues to do it? What do i do.
I forgot to mention in my previous post that these past months she was stuck with her car three times and he stopped working to help her out. The last time we were moving in together and it was moving day and he still stopped what he was doing to help her out. She says if he doesn 8767 t come the kids cannot go to school cause she 8767 s stuck. Also calls him to fix her pool, borrow a ladder etc. I think I 8767 m running out of patience. How can I let him know that it 8767 s me or her? I feel we are sharing a man. It 8767 s not my problem she made a decision of not letting a man back in her life I feel he doesn 8767 t take our new family seriously, feels his first family is more important.
I've been married 65 years and have 8 beautiful children. My marriage has not been easy from our military duties to choosing when to do the laundry. I've love this beautiful and wonderful woman since the day I met her at BOA (Bank of America). Her eyes and smile stole my heart forever. It's absolutely true that a man must cater to his queen. But your queen must realize that all he do is because he loves her unfortunately at times your catering is not exactly what she needs. She may just want to feel love and care for. This is the reason why I'm still marry because I'm never right. I'm always in look for new ways to make her happy this is in fact what strengthen me to continue in this journey with this amazing woman.
Our marriage can be difficult at time but. I refuse to give up. She means the world to me and I will never loose focus.
my Girl friend has a 78yr old son who do not live with her and a 67 yr old daughter who lives with her and although my girl friend and her ex husband have joint custidy the daughter is in my girl friends care about 98 percent of the time. My question is, is it normal for my girl friend to allow her ex husband to come to her house to fix things and she does not have a problem with the 67 year old daughter living with her 98 percent of the time eventhough my girl friend and her ex husband have joint custidy of the 67 year old daughter.
Trust me, most of us(if not all of us) have 8775 missed opportunity 8776 moments in life, but that 8767 s just it. We missed them(I know I have had a few in my lifetime.). We just have accept that fact, wish them well wherever they are, and let them go no matter how painful it may be for us. Love sometimes means having to let go, letting others be happy(even it is with someone else), loving someone who doesn 8767 t love you back(unrequited love), etc. It 8767 s often painful, but as they say: 8775 It 8767 s better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all 8776 right? Treasure what you had at one time(the good times, I mean)and then let him go. If he 8767 s 8775 unhappy, 8776 then he has to deal with that or move on from her. You don 8767 t want to be the middle of all that.