My wife thinks of my friend at love making. She said it was just evil. But did again too. How do i trust her?

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  • My wife thinks of my friend at love making. She said it was just evil. But did again too. How do i trust her?


Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 19:49
What a coincidence. I sometimes think of your friend when I'm banging your wife.
Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 19:59
The real question here is: WHY would she tell YOU that she thinks of your friend when you are banging her? It's bad enough that she thinks of someone else...but telling you that she does is just cruel. She wants to hurt you, clearly...that's a bad sign.
Answer #3 | 28/12 2013 20:09
You are asking the wrong question. You should be asking how can you stop her thinking about your friend and start thinking about you in and out of bed! You have an attraction problem. She is no longer that attracted with you. You have so little information, it's impossible to pin point what specific area in your life you are doing wrong that you need to improve on. But one thing is certain... she is attracted with your friend... and not attracted with you. YOu need to do something about that. Below is a marriage site that specifically discuss this attraction problem for husbands.
Answer #4 | 28/12 2013 20:11
How do you know this? She must have told you, right? This could be a cry for help, and not just cruelty as someone else said. I had been married to my husband for 8 years when I suddenly developed an odd sort of attraction to a family friend. At first I didn't say anything and just tried to ignore it, but as he came to mind more often I decided to tell my husband because I believed it was an indication that our relationship wasn't doing as well as it should. (I was never the sort of girl to develop crushes, so this was a very surreal experience for me) My husband was hurt, and I'm still not sure I should have confided in him, but he DID make more of an effort to spend time together as a family because of it. How well do you treat your wife? Are you giving her the love and attention she needs? Us ladies can be pretty needy. One thing is for sure... the problem won't go away if you don't step up and make her darn sure she's with the best man in the world for her. As for me... my odd attraction to said family friend eventually went away, more or less. I think sometimes after you've been together for a long time, you miss the feeling of young love and your heart may waver a little. Just do your best to remind her of how awesome and loving you really are! If you have loved her through four children for good reason, then she must be a heck of a lady and worth keeping, ya? Surely she has the sense to stay loyal to you if such is the case.

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