We had some unspoken but very clear chemistry with our flirting, but he knew I was married.
What he didn't know is that I was "married and looking." My husband and I have an amazing relationship and I couldn't dream of spending my lifetime with anyone else.
We've had a lot of "dry spells," and I've been okay with that, because sex hasn't been something I've craved from him.It only makes sense to be conservative about the practice of extramarital relationships at first; neither of you know exactly how well it will go, how far it will go or how long it will last.For couples who find themselves involved long-term with a second male (boyfriend) who has clearly added significant enjoyment and erotic energy to a marriage through the pleasure and joy he’s brought the couple, the term ‘extramarital’ is quite obsolete as he has become part of the marriage whether you realize it or not.Only a foolish hotwife would refuse if the husband is willing to accept the more overt submission required when the couple recognize her boyfriend as their Alpha male in the home. If you love using Talk With Stranger, please support us by disabling your Adblock. If you have already disabled your Adblock software & still seeing this message.Realizing, acknowledging and leveraging the reality that he has become integrated into your marriage is the first step toward integrating him into the family.