Tuesday, May 20, 2008

8 Ways to Affair-Proof Your Marriage

Check out this worthy article. Some good tips here. Do you agree? Have any of your own to add?

1 comment:

Dutchmeister said...

I would add an Addendum to this:

8a - Don't Hold Back in the Sack! One reason why some spouses cheat is because they are looking for (and finding) the type of sexual satisfaction/adventure that, for whatever reason, they are not getting at home. Sex is a very important part of a marriage. Some people like to get straight freaky sometimes (and there's absolutely nothing wrong with that!), so it goes without saying that when both husband and wife like to get occasionally buckwild in the boudoir, that adds something very, er..., uh..., special to the relationship [hee hee], and it all but eliminates that particular reason for a spouse to stray.

If s/he is getting his/her world rocked at home, s/he doesn't need to look elsewhere, right!?

Let me make an important point here: Communication and trust are very important in a marriage/monogamous relationship, so couples should discuss and be very clear about their sexual likes, dislikes, expectations, etc. Having said that, don't be afraid to try new things in the bedroom - or the living room, kitchen, bathroom/shower, closet, patio, back yard... you get the idea. Take chances. Try new things. (For example, making love with message oil while listening to erotic Kama Sutra-type music in the background is a great turn-on for some couples.) If you and/or your spouse/significant other don't like something (a particular position, technique or practice), then drop it and move on. If you do, great! Make it part of your sexual repretoire. All in all, don't be afraid to experiment and express yourself sexually with your spouse/significant other, and, don't forget: communication and trust are essential.


One of the best resources in this area is The Sinclair Institute (www.bettersex.com). I'm not only the President, but I'm also a client. (Not exactly, I've just always wanted to use that line [hee hee!].)

Dutchmeister