Friends that keep me on my toes  

Secrets733 43F
224 posts
11/22/2005 7:22 am

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Friends that keep me on my toes

I don't know if the girl friends I have now are good for me or bad for me. The single girlfriends that I know have had several affairs with married men and I always feel like I need to keep my husband 100 miles away from them. I don't trust my girlfriends for a minute alone with my husband. So can I really call them my friends?

Well, after spending an evening alone with just the girls I can appreciate my husband more. My lonely single big butt girlfriends all agree that my husband is a catch! I try to have them see things from my point of view. How would they feel to make love to the same person for over a decade?....there was a long pause.

I guess the moral for my post today is that the grass always seems greener on the other side of the fence. In a weird way I like my single big butt girlfriends to have a crush on my husband because it helps me see my own side of the fence in a different light and that makes me appreciate my husand and where I am at in my life right now. And it also makes me think about where I want to be going in the future...Even though it also makes me little nervous when those girls are around my husband.

rm_KnowStuff 56M
240 posts
11/22/2005 11:57 pm

As a married myself I can tell you that we need to be appreciated so you are doing fine. Passion lost to indifference is the killer in my home. Without attention you can get to believing oh well, so what, and come up with other ways to occupy your life or simply go dark and not care at all. I do not recommend the 2nd route. The first one is a marriage killer too. There's only one substitute for passion lost and that's passion found. Then a spouse stands a chance of waking up one day alone. Awake from indifference, I don't think there's enough pain in passion to make me go back to oh well and so what. Take care of your man if he's worthwhile and the big butt girlfriends won't have a chance. Crushes are great for ego but substance, appreciation, and assurance will keep him happily in your arms.

diskilroy 46M
16 posts
12/22/2005 11:48 am

know stuff has a good point about passion. that will keep him dancing with you.

on the other hand a friend of mine was having the same issues with her husband. not that he was cheeting or anything but that she didnt trust her friends. the question i asked her was "do you trust you husband?" because it truly does not matter weither you trust your friends with your BOYfriend or not. your husband is the one that you need to trust. if you truly 100% trust your husband, you can believe he will not cross any boundries. no matter what your friends do trying to tempt your man away from you.

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