I honestly wouldn't be averse to setting ground rules and opening up the marriage but given his breach of trust, his difficulty talking about his needs, and his risky behavior STI? I prefer "what you do now is not have sex with him," because not all STIs can be prevented by condom use. A temporary break, ideally with therapy, might be enough for him to see that you mean business. WTF lady 72 -- thanks for writing in! Ricardo on June 26, at 8: I know I might be criticized but I decided to contact a hacker who got into his devices for the proof I needed for his infidelity.
First of all, this site is my personal site and has ZERO to do with my full-time day job. My wife is pregnant but she is far from me. I could tell it was tight but she kept on urging him to fill her completely. I then asked Jim to fuck me from underneath.
I mean to the point where she told me that the balance of our relationship lies in the results of the pregnancy test …….. I love him so very much, I need and want to be close. Thanks for the laughs, validation and advice. It was a sheer black teddy with black stockings and garter belts.
In your Birth Club, you can meet other mums and mums-to-be whose due date, or baby's birth date, is the same as yours. Not that there is anything wrong with that! To fix some boundaries with him and hold him to commitments as a parent, provider and lover if required. You do have other people in your life to support you, right? Either lawyer up now, or tell him your marriage henceforth will be one of co-parenting only. So here we are, a decade later, kids gone, he loves me utterly or so he says , and I think, okay, but you don't even know me.