When a person finds out they have been cheated on it is not a good feeling. Betrayal and disappointment hit hard and some never truly recover from it. It is a very negative experience and sometimes the cheater will make decisions that actually adds to what was already a knockout blow.
"I thought I was becoming impotent two years into my second marriage and I panicked" says Alan, 42. "In the early days of our relationship, I had erections and enjoyed the lovemaking tremendously. Then sometimes I wouldn't be able to get an erection or sustain it through intercourse. Dee was very understanding. She said
To screw or not to screw, that my friends is the question. Should a woman be willing to have sex on the first date? Can she really expect to find love when she allows the man to "tap that" so soon? Will he respect her or simply place her in the "booty call" zone for eternity? I have heard many varying opinions on this issue. I have also seen many different outcomes.
I can hear the poor men sobbing as they have convinced themselves that their wives no longer desires or cares for sex. What used to be a sufficient amount of sexual pleasure in the “boyfriend/girlfriend” phase has tuned into night after night of “I’m too tired” “the kids may hear us” or the infamous “I have a headache” just to name a few. Married men all over are left frustrated and