How to cheat without letting your spouse find out?
Warning: You might find this thread very disturbing. I'd once come cross to a book that offered cheating tips. I went through and only remember few tips of them. Not to promote cheating, I haven't physically cheated yet, but if you're already in the middle of a PA, I would love to share some personal views!
Many ppl have tried to cheat but got caught by their spouses. As a result, cheating once gets caught would seriously damaged many aspects in a marriage that sometimes has nothing to do with sex but with kids. You would hate to deal with it. I'm sure you know very well the risk but why cheat? Is cheating part of a human nature that goes against monogamy? Married men or women, we all know, cheating happens everywhere and everyday. Yes, marriage vows told them can't cheat but why they cheat?
Excuses or some facts? When your spouse is not responsive sexually, aren't marriage vows broken in the first place? Vows are not just about faith, but also love, respect and care. When a spouse ignores and disrespects the other spouse's sexual needs. The vows have been broken already. How many spouses out there are truely able to endure loneliess for the rest of their lives? Who said it's a choice not to cheat? Do we really have a choice not to feel lonely and horny? Do we really have a choice not to have the desired for being loved passionatedly and lustfully? Can you distinguish your lust and forever musterbate? Why you're the one who broke the vows when your spouse is constantly cold and your spouse is free from judgement?
Yes, one can control one's behavior but one'll be unhappy, frustated, and unsatisfied forever.
In the end, cheating is the way to give constant unsatisfaction a break, a temporary excitement with a little happiness . The only problem is your spouse would hate you to have such break. Why?
Love is selfish, your spouse won't let you have a delicious cake and eat it.
Your spouse would hate to know you're sexually happy with someone else because your spouse cares about her/his happiness the most, not your happiness.
Last edited by MsLonely; 03-15-2011 at 03:23 AM.