A man's heart and soul...  

CuteandSexyBBW4u 55F
20 posts
12/3/2005 4:29 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

A man's heart and soul...

I was so certain when I decided to find a lover that it was only going to be about sexual fulfillment. After all, you are starting a relationship for the sole purpose of having sex, right? And, while there are a boatload of men out there who are just looking for sex, I was stunned to find that a good portion of the men I uncovered were those who truly wanted more.

Communication - both in and out of the bedroom - seems to be very important to them. My guess is because they either a) don't have a significant other who listens, or b) the level of talk between them is hampered or restricted. These men have no problem both listening and sharing - something that woman have long whined and complained about that men never do. So, maybe as a woman, I was just going about it wrong. Maybe I should have realized that by wanting a man sexually, and ensuring he knows that I desire him in a physical way, would have opened the door into his heart and soul.

Regardless of how "rough and tough" a man tries to appear on the outside, the combination of having unrestricted physical contact with a woman who also allows him to say what he wants is like watching a flower unfold. I find myself stunned as to what a man will say and do when I just let him be who he is. His desire to please me will grow and grow. His overall affection toward me - kissing, hugging, touching (especially in public) - will sky rocket. And what he says ranges from supportive and uplifting to highly intelligent and downright comical!

As someone who is married, I now have a better understanding of what may have gone astray in my marriage. This is the sole reason why having an affair is such an "escape." The outside world is kept away - for a brief moment of time - and two people can be who they are. I never thought that it would not be possible to have a relationship (whether it be a marriage or an affair) that possessed these qualities. However, I now see that it is - assuming one criteria is met: you have the RIGHT partner.


ptfreak 55M

12/3/2005 8:09 pm

I spent some time catching up on your blog. Your posts have caused me pain, guilt, amusement and some self-reassessment. Thanks. This last post, like the majority, is very instructive.


rm_PurryKitty2 48M/50F
9753 posts
12/3/2005 5:33 am

This is beautiful. I am convinced that you cant not find all things in one person. If you can, I want to know where he is!

Purry


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