I wish I could say I’ve never received a question like this before. But I have received some variation of the daughter-stepfather affair multiple times.
The lines of “just casually dating” and cheating are more blurred than ever before.
All of the other times I had been cheated on had altered my mind, and the way I thought. This one changed my heart.
I do sometimes spot “red flags” that aren’t actually there because I am expecting to be hurt. I get anxious if someone doesn’t call when they say they will.
I knew Mark was married, I knew we shouldn’t have been alone together in his office, but I wanted to know what the kind of desire he spoke of having for me.
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I have been stuck in this nightmare for a year and I can't take another day. My husband and daughter are having an affair. I am desperate for help!
All of the men I met were married, and wanted to stay married. They said they loved their wives, and most said they were happy; yet the sex at home had diminished and they were men after all and needed their desire fulfilled. Besides the eye-rolling common excuse for infidelity, I believed they were telling the truth about loving their wives.
And the winner is . . . Warren G. Harding! This little-known Commander-in-Chief got it on to no end in his political career.
In which we lament the loss of a fabulously frumpy pair.