Guilty of Not Feeling Guilt

Philippines
November 5, 2009 6:12am CST
A friend of mine who has been married for years now used to be intimately conservative. She has no explicit relations outside her marriage and was mentally, physically faithful to her husband.But with some issues between them she resorted to reaching out to other guys for comfort and emotional supports.She and her husband are very much together, sharing the same bed but she doesn't mind not being touched by him.With the help of her goodlooking, both physically and mentally stimulating male friends, she has a lot of handful inspirations in her fingertips.Surprisingly, she found herself enjoying every minute of it. She's doing it more often than her husband is doing his thing,too.However, she feels guilty not feeling guilty about it. How about you? Don't you feel a little shameful after a great climax thinking of another guy other than your husband or partner?
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4 responses
@fiazio (736)
• India
5 Nov 09
haha, this is such a controversial matter, we had this one with our friends and 5 hours and no conclusion! Well, I think its wrong, when you're committed to one person you should have no affairs.
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• Italy
5 Nov 09
In theory you are right, but when you find a very kind person and you think she is better than your girfriend, it is useless to remain with your girlfriend! in my opinion you have to get married with the person that is better for you: no other girl shoud be better than her!
• Philippines
6 Nov 09
Thank you, Fiazio. :-)I also do believe in faithfulness both, physically, mentally and emotionally.If one can have an affair even mentally,then, there must be something wrong with the relationship.
• Philippines
6 Nov 09
Hi there,Claudio. One way or another you are right but how can you tell someone is better for you when your mind and hearts are telling you two different things...;-)
@samson1967 (7423)
• India
5 Nov 09
This is called fantacy, which is the main spice of life, I whole heartedly enjoy fantacy, while sleeping with my partner, no guilty conciousness, as it will increase the libido and bring satisfactionto both the partners.
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• India
6 Nov 09
Thank you, Positive!!!
• Philippines
5 Nov 09
Hey, I think this is really wrong. Why don't she tell it to her husband and voice out what she feels so that it won't happen again. His husband has got to do something but he is not aware of the problem because her wife is also very quiet. Communication should take place between this two. You can't correct a mistake by making another mistake.
• Philippines
6 Nov 09
Very true,Sinnedsejatnom. :-) Thank you.:-)
@dpk262006 (53689)
• Delhi, India
6 Nov 09
Hi eureka! The question appears to have intended towards married women. I am on the other side of the bridge..........LOL! Let me share my opinion, I think what goes on in your friends' mind, while making love with her hubby, cannot be judged or seen by her hubby, it is only she who knows about her thoughts. I think there is absolutely nothing wrong in fantasizing about other guy(s), while indulging in love making, specially when it gives her more enjoyment and satisfaction. There is no need of feeling guilty by your friend. If I fantasize about a beautiful heroine in my mind, while getting intimate with my better half, I think, there is nothing wrong in it.