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True Confession — Sex Life Stuck in the Past

Weigh in and tell us if you forgive or not forgive this True Confession.

"I would do anything to have one more night with the ex — man, he rocked my world like nobody else, not even my husband! Can I be forgiven for thinking about him even though I've moved on?"


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babysoftpink babysoftpink 8 years
Think I will forgive. Sex to me is not a big deal if the guy likes the sex better with another girl but marries me. It is totally not important to me. Whoever he marries is the most important all the way to the point till he divorces her then she is no longer important. Sex is only part of it not the total of it. Also have no trouble sleeping with men who slept with others before or after, just please bring diseases home, don't get addicted and do not let me know (something to do with pride or respect). you do whatever you want out there but you come home playing your role properly.
Little-Pepper Little-Pepper 9 years
I think you should definitely share it with your husband, because sooner or later it can only get worse if you don't share it, and if you share it, maybe you both can find a solution. would we actually like it if our man was fantasizing about his hot ex and not saying anything about it? I don't think so...
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 9 years
As long as you don't act on it or try to act on it you can be forgiven. Don't tell your ex or your husband how you feel and keep it as a fantasy.
jackandjlin jackandjlin 9 years
I pretty much agree with everyone else, there is nothing wrong with fantasizing, but I don't like the way she said "I would do anything to have one more night with the ex..." That doesn't sound like she's just fantasizing.
northern_lass northern_lass 9 years
I agree... sometimes you can't help but fantasize. As long as you don't make it a reality, you're doing anything wrong.
Silverlining10 Silverlining10 9 years
Just talk to your husband about your desires. I mean, it would be wrong to cheat on him, but maybe you can express what you want more thoroughly, and he too can be a great lover.
arbywhopper arbywhopper 9 years
I agree!!!
Sun_Sun Sun_Sun 9 years
i agree with the other ladies. u can think it u def cant act on it
MartiniLush MartiniLush 9 years
I'm with the others: as long as you don't act on it, it's forgivable. Tomatoshirt has a great suggestion: try incorporating some of those hot moves with your ex into your current relationship! Pretty soon, your current relationship could be hotter than your past one!
tomatoshirt tomatoshirt 9 years
I think you should be forgiven as long as you don't act on it... and I suggest you don't tell anyone because it may come back to your husband and I am sure you don't want to hurt his feeling. Why don't you try to do things that your ex did w/ you?
skigurl skigurl 9 years
thinking about it is okay, but actually acting on it, or even thinking you would act on it if presented with the opportunity is unforgivable!
Greentea1203 Greentea1203 9 years
Totally forgive. I am happy with my current boyfriend in every way, but my ex was just AMAZING in bed....too bad he was an ass! I still think about it sometimes, but it passes.
janevia janevia 9 years
when we went home a few weeks ago, I found out that her fiance doesn't want my fiance invited to their wedding. She has let him stir up trouble by talking to other family members who had finally accepted my relationship. Her fiance lectured me about the history of white men and black women, and what made me so angry is that my cousin sat right there and agreed with him! Despite the fact that we have just bought a house and are saving for our wedding next year, I put serious financial strain on us by helping her plan her wedding. I have shelled out well over $2,000, and my fiance even gave me an extra $1,000 to pay for the shower and bachelorette party. She's being a huge hypocrite because she has dated outside of her race too, but when we talked this week, she said she stands behind her fiancé 100 percent, and since it's his wedding too, he has a right to make choices on the guest list. That was the final straw for me. I have handed over all the plans for the bridal shower and bachelorette party to another bridesmaid and have let her know that I am not going to her wedding, which is in three months. Family members think I'm being extreme and have an obligation to go, but I just can't get past my anger toward her and the pain she's caused me. Do I have a right to be this upset, or am I really being to extreme? — Backstabbed Brandy To see DearSugar's answer, read more Like this post? Buzz up!  on Yahoo!Read Related: AdviceFamilyraceRelationshipsWeddingYou Asked Share Email this Print This AIM This Yahoo! BuzzShare on Facebook Heart on SugarLoving Stumble It! Digg It! Add to Favorites Subscribe to Comments 9 comments10 new
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