JUST ONE WEEKEND A YEAR?

Key party, anyone?  Recently at a girls’ dinner, a thought provoking question was posed. The reactions were strong and the responses were varied. By the way, I attend MANY girls’ dinners so DO NOT even try to figure out the attendees! After listening to a story about a mom who had recently ventured outside of her marriage and the calamity of errors the clandestine lovers experienced, the question was asked. Would you be open to the opportunity of you and your spouse being “allowed” to cheat once a year? I will speak for myself when answering this question. It is not easy imagining yourself stepping outside the marriage boundary, it is downright uncomfortable thinking about your spouse doing the same. Many times it is a one-sided wish. If my husband approached me with this scenario, I would FREAK! I get it, being with the same person might not be the most scintillating at all times, but you made a vow people! Watch some porn, wear a wig, try new sex toys. if that does not work for you, be prepared for some consequences… what if you allowed your husband or wife a pass and one time was just not enough? What if you were presented with the idea of an open marriage? What if your spouse actually fell in love with another person? What if they wanted to leave the marriage- permanently? I assure you that the fun and games would end up damaging a lot of people especially those sweet innocent children.  I can’t imagine “ICE STORMS” are fun.  (image via buzzle.com)

Comments

  1. Lynda Joel says:

    what about a key party and you have to take home the persons children for the weekend? Or is that better when the kids are teenagers? The trouble with cheating is that it makes sex too important a part of marriage and, at the same time, not important enough.

  2. Monica says:

    Great blog!

  3. Laurie says:

    where did the post about Gelish go????

  4. Pier says:

    what about a key party and you have to take home the persons children for the weekend? Or is that better when the kids are teenagers? The trouble with cheating is that it makes sex too important a part of marriage and, at the same time, not important enough.
    +1

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