"Men and women tend to have different goals with communication, with men concerned about identifying and fixing problems, and women expressing feelings and connecting emotionally, says relationship expert David Bennett, author of Men—and many of their wives, too—can't help but notice a beautiful woman, says relationship coach Jason Nik, and it's unreasonable to expect your husband to divert his glance whenever a pretty female walks by."Looking is natural, and it's not even unhealthy as long as it's looking," Nik says. I've forgiven him for adulteries, but now he says he wants to develop "outside relationships" while continuing to live in our home. We can only imagine the feelings of rejection and abandonment with which you must be wrestling. If the following response seems almost painfully direct at times, remember that this is because we really want to help you in any way we can. Several phrases jump out at us from the wording of your question: "extra-marital affairs" in the plural (this seems to indicate an established of behavior); "I've forgiven him" (this leads us to wonder whether you've actually grappled with the problem or simply swept it aside); "I'm desperate" (this underscores your own sense of helplessness); and "I don't want to provoke him" (this suggests that your reaction is based almost entirely on fear).There is no room for discussion or debate on that score. But a "kick" of some kind is exactly what he needs.As soon as they met face to face, the connection was there without knowing each others that long.I found out my fiancé had been receiving more than friendly texts from a woman that he previously worked with."Will it kill you to let her sit in the passenger seat when he drives, and you take the rear?
How should I respond to my husband's repeated infidelities and his blatant request to date other women? I'm desperate to save our marriage, so I don't want to provoke him unnecessarily. This language reflects a willing, he has only one choice: he has to cut all ties with "other women" immediately.Here, experts draw the line between what's acceptable and what's simply asking too much.1. Whatever your issue is with his mother—maybe he sometimes puts her first over you or you two simply don't get along—drop it for your husband's (and your relationship's) sake.She is, after all, the reason he exists in the first place.It will be easy for them to have feelings towards the other woman because she is new, exciting, her qualities is so much different from his wife, so yes your husband will have that fascination towards her, that will turn into love.I will give you my personal experience, and you will see that its natural for a man to fall in love with another woman, esp. My husband met this woman on a dating site, and their friendship develop very quickly.