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nymphomaniac needs advice

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  • Posted By: robbiegurl
  • December 11, 2008
  • 07:39 PM

:confused: im married to a man that wouldn't believe me if i told him i was a nymphomaniac and that i had an affair with a man i didn't even like for sex that wasn't even good for no other reason than to feel something different. and it would be one thing if it was a one night thing, but it wasn't, it's been weekly for 3 weeks now. i don't know what to do, the guilt of NOT feeling guilty is consuming me, i love my husband and our child and want to stay with him but i can't hide this secret from him. i'm torn between doing the right thing and ruining everything and doing the wrong thing and causing innter turmoil in myself by keeping my mouth shut. what should i do? :(

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  • Well let's think for a minute. Are you really going to take the advice of someone you don't know? Or will you do what you feel like doing anyway?Why not try having sex with your husband more? Or try new things in the bedroom?It all comes down to realizing what your husband would REALLY do if he found out. How would you feel? How would he feel? Would it result in a split between the two of you? If you love your family being together rather than coming clean then by all means, keep your mouth shut.I've found from personal experience that your partner knowing you cheated doesn't help the inner turmoil, and then on top of that you have now hurt your partner, single handedly caused them not to trust you at all, and it's also caused you to have virtually no freedom without suspicion from said partner in the relationship.If he doesn't believe you love sex, then you need to make him realize that it's true. And maybe you should be yourself more around him. Obviously if he doesn't know about your bedroom obsession something is breaking down in the communication game.So you just have to decide; hurt the man you love and don't feel any better from telling him, or don't tell him and work on your relationship instead of looking for other ways to fill the gaps.Good luck.
    ThePipeDream 1 Replies
    • December 15, 2008
    • 05:44 PM
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