I am a happily marrried man of 12yrs and have a wife that suffers from massive bipolar disorder. It was about a year ago that my wife "crashed" and had to be commited. Long story short she got to go to Vegas this passed weekend on a company paid 4 day weekend. We have been working on her condition together. She in her mind thinks that nobody is attracted to her and had a few drinks down in the resort bar and than called e at 2am to tell me she had not even garnerd a "look" from anybody. All I could do was tell her she is still number 1 in mine eyes and to txt me when she got back to her room. Piece of mind thing for me. Well at 9am I finally get a call saying that she worked up the nerve to be agressive and had sex with a guy from the bar. I am a bit blown away as I did everything but dare her. It has however given her a huge boost to her self esteem. My question is have I just made her feel 1000 times better at my own expense.View Thread
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