This week, I talked about letting your spouse cheat. Once, I thought my husband was cheating, because he was being really nice and doing the dishes and that's when I decided that if he was cheating, it was totally worth it. Maybe every relationship needs a little guilt to remind you both to be nice to one another. But if that was the case, Tiger Woods would be the best husband ever and I think Elin and a nine iron would disagree with that. What do you think? Are open relationships the way of the future? And why do I have Kurt Cobain on my wall anyway?
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Here are the links from this week suckers. Let me know what you think in the comments.
Word's of wisdom from a crazy person: "If you have to cheat, you're with the wrong person". [Tomfoolery]
Hill says:"The introduction of sexual exclusivity to marriage was originally intended to ensure inheritances stay within families — given that the modern Will and Testament is more than adequate for this task, monogamy is no longer relevant." Lyz says: "HAVE YOU READ THE BIBLE?" http://glo.msn.com/style/sorbet-shades-3842.gallery#stackState=0__%2Frel... ">[Glo]
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Dr. John Gray gives us insight in to why men actually cheat. [YouTube]
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