I am 24 years old and have been with my bf for 9 years, we were each others first sexual partner, and as far as I know still are. Over the past years I have caught him chatting and texting with other women. It really bothered me and made me broke the trust. I never left ,he promised he would stop... Yeah I know what you are thinking... Anyways about two weeks ago I found out he never stopped, found 3 years worth of emails. It was all dirty talk...I was ready to finally leave. I currently live with him and we have a 5 year old together. I wanted to cut my expenses and find a place before I told him it was over. However, although I am a very Jealous person, I have been fantasizing about having sex with other women while my bf watches, sometimes I even imagine having a threesome. I told him about this 3 days ago and now he wants us to find another female to join us...he even created a dating site and we have two girls that may be interested. The more we talk about it the more I want to do this. However, I am really afraid to regret it or enjoy it. I don't want this to become a usual thing for us, I don't think it healthy... this is not like me at all...ould this be the end of our relationship or the thing we needed to make things better... Any advice would be great...View Thread
Thanks for the response. He really wants to just watch....I m the one thinking about letting join. I'm really confused.. Does this mean I may be bisexual... Idk I think I need to see a shrink. Although it has been a fantasy for some time, Part of me feels like I'm doing this to cope for everything he has done...not so much to please him, but please myself. Thanks for the advise again. It's always great to hear what someone else has to say.View Thread
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