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Nonetheless, if she was this way with her husband during their marriage, I can honestly say this is a person a man should avoid.
In either event it was a "damned if you do and damned if you don't" proposition and this was not the kind of person I would want to kick off a new relationship with.
This is of course from the wife's perspective and so now you understand why this will be a lonely night for her and myself. As she is so ripping her husband about all of this infidelity, she asks me as a man what I thought. It seems she was not interested in sex with him anyway, and someone else was; and because someone actually cared to pay attention to what he needed, he decided to "use it rather than lose it." This, of course, made the woman terribly upset. Dating should not be a game of "political correctness".
Sadly I had to tell her the truth as this was invited. I asked her the simple question: "Assuming you and I become a couple, and you are fascinated with this new relationship, would you have issues having sex with me? Why'd I want to have sex with a man who agrees with my husband cheating on me? Otherwise I would find myself in the same shoes as her soon to be former spouse.
The "it" to get is, that if you are married and you can't stand having sex with your husband or wife, then there is no point in complaining if someone else does. If you wanted to, "get some," you could have lied and been remorseful. I would not have wanted to lie and then later acted remorsefully, as that would have been worse. I think she knew the answer before posing the question!
None of this matters in the flirting world, but its a lesson to be learnt on the road to freedom. Yet, if she were to sit back and think about what she shared with you, she'd see that in some ways she did send him off packing. Now, had she went into deeper details about why she might have lost interest in sex with him, perhaps empathy would have found it's way into your soul. If you wanted to, "get some," you could have lied and been remorseful.
She was obviously not ready for the dating world and I am not ready for additional and unnecessary dramas.
Love is supposed to be fun, relaxing, comfortable and intimate. This woman is not attracted to her husband, withholds sex for 8 years, gets angry with him for getting himself some and then while on a date (first date?
Well this may be true, it certainly sounded like a failed marriage as she explained it. That's not what she wanted to hear even though it may very well be the truth. I take it then, sometimes its okay to lie to a woman and just tell her what she wants to hear rather than what you think? My feel on her pulse was that she was upset about a situation that in the final analysis was no loss to her, but could have turned into a gain.
I don't think, if I am looking to start dating, I'm not going to tell the other man all the things I might not be willing to do. Yet, if she were to sit back and think about what she shared with you, she'd see that in some ways she did send him off packing. Now, had she went into deeper details about why she might have lost interest in sex with him, perhaps empathy would have found it's way into your soul. I suspect she would have been better off asking an "Agony Aunt" somewhere before throwing herself back into the dating game.
I don't think, if I am looking to start dating, I'm not going to tell the other man all the things I might not be willing to do. Until she gets this part of her life behind her, I'm afraid she will never be satisfied with any man. She wanted your honest opinion that she was right to feel the way she is feeling.
There is a reason why dating at my age truly does "suck".
Its hard enough having an accent in Georgia that isn't Southern, its also much harder to find a woman that wants a man who actually "gets" some things.