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Stevielynn,....

I REALLY LIKE WHAT YOU SAID.

I wish we all had that wisdom

about love and what it is,

and

acting loving will usually bring loving feelings.

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But, Tara's got the HOTS for this guy.

Ain't no amount of counseling gonna cure the hots.

Ain't no amount of contemplating the situation gonna cure it.

Ain't no amount of "rational thinking" (What's that?) gonna cure it.

People with the hots do not / cannot think rationally,

or consider others.

Nuthin gonna cure Tara's problem BUT ONE THANG....

& you all know it. Get real !!!

Tara, just go get the itch scratched and be done with it !!

Have an affair !! Be discreet !!

No need to break up home & family.

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passing thru-You go. ^5!....I like your style....One question---Why did the EX become "EX"? I feel that if you are not happy then you deserve the chance to seek it...But you are young and your history tells me a bit immature...Counseling would be good for you-and scratch that itch like passing thru said...You may remember why the EX became the EX after you spend some real-time with him.........

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ktwlpn and passing thru . . .

I hope you guys are highlighting absurdity by being absurd. :D

Scratching that itch violates vows . . . . and hurts kids.

How honorable is that?

steph

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OH please,

No ivory towers !

The situation is complex enough without dragging HONOR

into it.

Honesty, fidelity, and trust are already out the window.

Lust flew in.

Satisfy the sexual obsession and then,

go on with

family life.

What's not honorable about that??

As Shakespeare said, First, to one's ownself be true.....

If ya wanta do it, do it !!

No reason to rock everybody elses' world.

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Originally posted by passing thru

But, Tara's got the HOTS for this guy.

 

Ain't no amount of counseling gonna cure the hots.

Ain't no amount of contemplating the situation gonna cure it.

Ain't no amount of "rational thinking" (What's that?) gonna cure it.

People with the hots do not / cannot think rationally,

or consider others.

 

Nuthin gonna cure Tara's problem BUT ONE THANG....

 

& you all know it. Get real !!!

 

Tara, just go get the itch scratched and be done with it !!

 

Have an affair !! Be discreet !!

 

No need to break up home & family.

Passing thru- having an affair is not the answer and advising someone on this subject is clearly not your forte. I think someone in their early twenties with THREE young kids is in no position to be discreet and have an affair. Turning away from her partner and looking outward will not help the marriage.

I think Rusty had the best advice..... no marriage is sweet and great all the time. highs and lows. Good and bad. It all goes together.

Please think about what is at risk here..... and at stake. Passing thru....someone on the edge of this kind of situation only needs a small nudge to justifiy their needs and wants.

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18 years as a nurse (and a man nurse at that) has thrown temptation my way more than a few times. I have this habit of talking highly of my wife and family and I think that has made me an attractive commodity (cause it SURE can't be the looks LOL).

Through all this temptation I have managed to walk a straight line, though I have come close to losing my balance a time or two.

Would it have been fun?

I'm sure it would have.

Could I have done it and not been caught?

I'm pretty slick, I think so.

Could I still look at my lovely wife with the same fire?

I'm not sure...and that is what keeps me in line.

Has SHE ever felt the urge to stray?

She is human isn't she?

Do I trust her?

With everything I am and everything I have.

I don't recommend an affair. Although I've never been there I think it would change things.

-Russell

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I have 1 thing to say and then I will say no more......I had an itch, I gave in and scratched.....It got found out....What a mess...Took a long LOOOOOOOONG time.....things are better than ever...

but they are not the same as before.....Do I regret I stumbled off the straight and narrow, you betcha I do......2 kids and the man I love more than life it's self were hurt beyond imagination. There is no such thing as slick and discreet........Don't give in or yield to the itch.....cut ties immediately......get counseling quick....and make some time for you and the hub alone, childless.....talk and rediscover each other......you'd be surprised.....you'll prolly find where the trouble is and be able to fix it.

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And Shakespear ACTUALLY said:

"Mine honour is my life; both grow in one; take mine honour from me and my life is done" He also said:

"Life ever man holds dear; but the dear man holds honour far more percious dear than life."

Therefore, HONOUR is an integral part and must be acknowledged!

Passing, i acknowledge your opinion but it is far from wise and prudent......It is never right to encourage a person to do wrong.

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[untamedSpirit]...talk and rediscover each other......you'd be surprised.....you'll prolly find where the trouble is and be able to fix it. [/b]

DITTO!

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