Right that is what I thought. Its an excuse to allow him to cheat! It is very sad but I am now thinking to let him go and do all the cheating he wants to see what he is missing. 0 Honestly is he doesn't realize he maid a mistake than he was never worth it. I been married for 23 years and my husband is 50 he has cheated on me many times and I forgave him because I wanted to keep the family together. He says he loves me and doesnt want to leave but now I want him to leave because I cant continue knowing my husband is thinking of being with another women while I make love to him. Enough is enough! what happended to self respect? why did we get married? sometimes we have to let go to let them realize whats out there and appriciate you.View Thread
No one could of put it better than you! I am going thru the same with my husband only I told him if he ever brings this subject of threesome to my bedroom again he will be out! I also told him if I was going to have an affair it wont be with him wathching me! Be strong men will try to push dirty things to the bedroom as long as you allowe it. I felt if he wanted another person in my bedroom that is clearly about wanting to cheat on me but with my concent. Its very selfish and unrespectfull. I am not sure if we will last after this its very hard to forget or think he loves me when he askes to have sex with others its simply getting permission to cheat. Honestly its not you he is the sick one he needs help. I totaly agree that god needs to be in his life. Why be married if he wants a third party. Many couples are doing it but that doesnt mean you have to loose self respect and let him disrespect you! Be Strong!View Thread
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