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Fear of the Other Woman

Fear of the Other Woman

Bitch.  Skank.  Homewrecker.  Whore. It’s hard out there for a mistress. At first, it’s fun to pore over the salacious details of love triangles, whether in popular culture or our real lives.  Wondering whether all men stray, contemplating whether a woman should take a cheater back; all strangely entertaining conversation topics for us ladies.  Besides, picking apart the “other woman” in order to confirm the myriad ways the wife is better offers gals both solidarity and a false sense of security. Because the truth is, the mistress of Sandra Bullock’s old man, Michelle “Bombshell” McGee, and her counterparts in the real world scare the shit out of us. Knowing there are legions of lusty, busty carnivorous ladies whose most desired romantic snack is some other woman’s husband or boyfriend is enough to make even the most poised female shake in her boots.  We see her coming from a mile away: the gal who gets her kicks from

Something is Wrong!

What is wrong with people who think like this and the writers who do not know a thing about what makes a relationship work today...Can a 25 year age difference work...HE IS FNG MARRIED YOU IDIOT!!!! How can an affair work...You have failed before you started.......Can 25 years apart work....Of course it can....As long as you are not committing cheating on somebody to do it....Are you that thick? author!....Do you see a problem with today's perception on issues and what you are asking...Probably not since you wrote it...I think you have real issues(author)....Do you think society has fallen so far that you can ask if people can live in sin and have it work? Really you do not know?...YOU SHOULD ABSOLUTELY KNOW BOTH PEOPLE ARE NOT COMMITTED FROM THE START...I think you are truly missing some moral guide lines...Single man + Single woman = YES SLUT + CHEATER = NO!!!...This site needs some new morally injected reporting and stories...Lets find the right in the world and write about that...Or is this the National Inquirer?

Keeping The Romance Alive

Most couples in long-term relationships find that romance gets replaced little by little by family demands, household chores, familiarity…and so on. This does not have to be the case in your relationship. A little bit of work and a little creativity can help you keep the romance alive in your relationship..here’s some cool tips to show you how.

deal with it

deal with it

the title tells about my life in a few words, dealing with it no matter what "it" was or is at the moment, right now making the transition to being truly alone for the first time in my life is a big "deal with it" the image I picked showed a couple from the back, because that is over now, time to start a new life and make the best of living. The best tribute I could give my husband is to live well and enjoy life. I am lonely at times, I am scared a times, and I am always surprised at myself, he has been gone 5 years now and I have learned a lot about myself and what it is like to be me.