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Posted on 04/07/2014 5:52:39 PM PDT by mandaladon
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That’s wonderful advice, imho.
Are you still a fairly young mother? Because if you are I can only strongly, very strongly, urge you to throw away all other books and consult John Rosemond.
We are a Christian family and I can say categorically that, beyond our faith and love for each other, the principles that we learned from Rosemond are the reasons that we have 3 wonderful, traditional, respectful, polite children. OK, add to that the influence of our church and the Christian school they attended.
If you’re curious, then get some quiet time and listen to two online talks Rosemond gives — they’re both on Vimeo — one to the Concord Assembly and the other to Sunrise Church.
And, if you’re then totally hooked, purchase only two of his books: “Parent Power” and “Teenproofing your Home.” It really does work. All of my children are strong-willed yet none of them have ever had a behavioral problem, and they are now ages 21, 19, and 14.
I hope that others read your posts and find the wisdom in them, though.
I am very thankful that I have chosen my friends wisely. Not one to indulge one who believes cheating is an acceptable option.
Takes all kinds to make the world go ‘round, right?!
Whew, I am so done with this topic!
No doubt about it. I’m grateful that some have a stronger moral fiber and wouldn’t consider cheating, even if their partner was unable/unwilling to engage.
This whole topic has gotten twisted somewhere along the way.
Yep, cheaters will cheat, it’s not that complicated.
You’d be wrong on all your assumptions.
I guess all said, my response is: SO WHAT?
This stuff is Alinsky trick
Whether or not it is true doesn’t really matter to me.
Who is pushing it, does matter to me.
I am fighting against a party that had a Mass representative with male prostitutes working out of his house.
I agree, that culturally in the US its not acceptable, still happens, and yes many wives do know, and vice versa as well.
I don’t think pornography is going to keep someone from straying if they are getting nothing at home, purely because the other person isn’t interested. Might keep them from straying for a while, but self satisfaction doesn’t abate the desire to truly have sex with a partner who enjoys having sex with you.
As I’ve said, if the marriage is sexless, and the reason isn’t because of medical, or that both partners are asexual creatures, the one wanting sex will more often than not, EVENTUALLY find it elsewhere. I honestly think that in a situation where one partner is not remotely trying to satisfy the needs of the other, they really have no basis to complain when their partner finally does break down and go elsewhere.
Not advocating it, but being pragmatic.
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