Ok, so I know many of the people reading this are going to judge me and HATE me and I'm sorry for offending you, but I am only on here to look for guidance and advice.
I am a 40 year-old married white male who has been married to my wife for 12 years (together for 16) and have always been faithful to her but circumstances have forced me to look for a woman on the side. When I first met my wife, she had a voracious appetite for sex and since my drive was also strong we had an amazing sex life right from the beginning of our relationship.
Now she locks her cell phone and has changed her online passwords.
If I ask her who she's talking to, she freaks out and says I'm being paranoid, jealous and controlling." Do you know what the above scenarios have in common?
You bark shopping lists at each other, discuss who's picking up from ballet, argue over the washing up and accuse each other of losing the gas bill.
But you very rarely indulge in the kind of rambling, inconsequential, flirtatious nonsense that makes you delight in each other's company: the long conversations that put the world to rights and make you realise why you got together in the first place.
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I treat her very well, provide most of the financial responsibility of our household, and make sure that I continue to take her out on dates, buy small gifts for her, bring her flowers, etc.
Some people don't agree with my stance that opposite-sex friendships should not exist within marriage.
Some people might say that it is old-fashioned and that men and women are perfectly capable of having platonic extra-marital friendships with a person of the opposite sex.
In both of them, the spouse who is having the opposite-sex friendship knows full-well that the behaviour is as shady as hell.
But instead of respecting their spouse's feelings, they continue to indulge in the ego-boost or thrill of it all.