Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Extra-marital Affairs - Rules to live by

Neither of us gets upset if we have to buckle down on work from time to time and appear to be less communicative than usual. Both of us accept that the work sometimes has to come first, and we don't mean it or take it personally.


If, God forbid, one of our spouses finds out, the person who is caught does everything necessary to protect the identity of the other. Then we figure out how to continue it without being caught!

We respect each other at all times. In practice, respect means that we are open with each other.

We protect each other's personal safety always. If one of us remains involved with someone else (which, technically, could only be you since I'm not involved with anyone), or has contact with others, we take precautions.

Each of us feels completely free to share fantasies and wishes without fear of being judged. But, on the other side of the coin, neither one of us feels compelled to do anything with which we might not be comfortable. In short, we recognize that we both want to experiment and have new, wonderful experiences together; but we don't do things we're both not comfortable with.

We don't phone the other at home (a no brainer).

We don't use first names in emails or texts.

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