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The reader is the fly on the wall as the characters explore their sexual shame, and learn to relate with the partners they live with and love.My work with clients and my explorations on Ashley Madison reveal that sexual relating is perhaps the most confusing arena in which to relate.For example, think about whether the relationship lacks physical chemistry, intellectual connection or emotional closeness.Once you determine what you both need and want from your marriage, you can begin to conceptualize ways to fix these larger issues in your relationship.Discovering that your husband is visiting online dating sites can be an emotionally devastating experience.Although such behavior constitutes a betrayal and many wives consider this a form of adultery, if you and your husband can communicate your physical and emotional needs to each other, it may be possible to fix your marriage."In the gutter" is only one expression reflecting the shameful nature of sex.The "good wife" and the “shameless hussy” are never merged roles in these men's minds.

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Granted I was hurt because I was stressed as well dealing with my father’s sudden medical condition and him later passing away. “He said I don’t want to jeopardize my family I learned my lesson baby i’m sorry”…I want to believe him and we never had problems like this until 2010.

I tried my best to hold everything in but I also found out he was signing up for those websites to meet other women. Now its to the point of damn what am I doing wrong as a woman?

So Eventually I grew tired of it and called him out on his bullshit. I know i’m not a size “2” hell i’m 5’5 and right now a good 207.

When we met I was what 165 hell that was back in 06 though and my weight was never an issue…every time we have an issue like this I think about everything that went down and its like what the hell…am i boring?

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