Why Men Have The 'Madonna-Mistress Complex'

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Why Men Have The 'Madonna-Mistress Complex'
How to make sure that your husband will celebrate Valentine's Day instead of Mistress Day!

Dr. Bonnie suggests that wives get out of the rut of their daily routine. Turn off the television and put on something sexy that makes you feel good, and enjoy a romantic night out with your spouse. Engaging in this type of behavior is important for preventing the Madonna-Mistress split that sometimes happens when men begin to see their wives as the mother figure, and look elsewhere for their romantic pursuits. The Secret Of Sex Appeal

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