It's our 26th Wedding Anniversary, we have 2 teenage boys at home & we're flat broke! So as you can imagine my surprise when earlier this week my DH suggests we Role Play for our anniversary. He…Continue
I see how your husband's wish can be a big step for you and I think a compromise would be the appropriate solution for you guys. Instead of flirting in a bar, you could try flirting in an environment you feel safer, like at…"
It's our 26th Wedding Anniversary, we have 2 teenage boys at home & we're flat broke! So as you can imagine my surprise when earlier this week my DH suggests we Role Play for our anniversary. He suggests we try the "strangers in a bar" bit. He seems so excited, me not so much! A little back story...My DH just turned 50 last year, he's a very young 50 (I often compare him to Peter Pan with never wanting to grow up!) It's great for our boys, he can keep up with their energy demands way better…See More
Don't expect 'butterflies in the stomach" when you see your spouse to last forever! That's more infatuation & not "true love". True love is a conscience decision you make every single day to love & be true to your spouse, even on the days you can't stand the site of their face. Lol
I have been married for over 25 yrs., have 2 teenagers & I have fibromyalgia! I'm thinking there might be a correlation. LOL
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