Married couples sex chats

15 Apr

Infidelity occurs well before having actual sex with someone, and in today’s culture, the smoke is usually fanned into fire during text messaging.

We’ve all heard the saying, “The grass is greener on the other side.” This is saying that we sometimes want what someone else has because we assume it’s better than what we have.

However, I probably don’t have to tell you that too much can be dangerous—especially privacy with someone of the opposite sex.

Ask yourself: If you were at home and your spouse was not, would you invite over someone of the opposite sex, to have a conversation in the privacy of your bedroom?

Let’s be honest: Many married men and married women text the opposite sex without ever falling into this trap.

There are many who respect their spouses completely, stewarding well their texts, never venturing into discussing feelings or sex with the opposite sex in a text.

Its ease of use with hardly any effort allows us to be in touch with anyone from anywhere at any time.

– If you receive a text message from someone of the opposite sex, choose to respond by calling them immediately instead of responding through text.

When I was young, I never liked when my mom and dad would close the bedroom door at night after saying goodnight.

Being all alone in a large bedroom provided the opportunity for my imagination to run wild, letting all those monsters and villains run wild in the privacy of my room.

Men and women were designed physically and emotionally to have sex and talk about deep feelings.

However, talking about sex and feelings with the opposite sex through texts can quickly detach a married person from his or her spouse emotionally and sexually in the real world.