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My Husband Is a freaking Flirt!!!
April 8, 2005
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My husband used to flirt all the time and even though I felt bad I wasnt really able to trust my own instincts and judgement........I recently found out he has been cheating on me our whole marriage.......trust your instincts!

April 8, 2005
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YES!!

April 8, 2005
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When 2 people get together, what's one of the very first things they do with each other? FLURT!!! No matter how it's done, it's a way to say "hey, I like you".

Raissa, I'm glad you posted. (not glad your h flurts though) I'm done listening to how I take everything so serious and how he's not even doing anything by just looking. He's gonna get a real piece (not the kind he would like) from me next time it happens!!!! I WILL NOT be treated like this any more!

April 8, 2005
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YOU GO, BB!

April 8, 2005
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Well there is a such a thing as manners and discretion.

I'm not sure I agree with artist's, idea though. Since when is a man's job to make a woman happy? And is not the woman who objects to the flirting putting her own desires in fron of the mans?

"artist 2
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Hell yes it's his job to make you happy. Part of that is respecting your wishes. This man is pissing me off... He's putting his own desires in front of yours. "

April 8, 2005
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Hi Worried Dad..

You are correct - it is not a man's job to make a woman happy...but in a relationship, it is the job of both parties to be respectful of the other.

I don't really think objecting to flirting is a woman's "desire", so to speak. Just a normal expectation from a so-called "committed" partner.

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April 8, 2005
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thank you everyone your input on this matter has been very helpful, As always worried dad you have been honest and blunt about such a sensitive subject I think we all had our share of this problem. I will stand my ground by saying marriege is a vow that should not be taking lightly and that includes(to me)NO FLIRTING if that is going against my husbans desires then he needs to find someone else.

April 8, 2005
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just out of respect for you, he should not act like this...how would he like it if you flirted and gawked at other guys..probably wouldn't like it to much...I sometimes think men think they have to be "macho" in order to "fit in" with todays society...but who says todays society is even right about gawking and flirting....sometimes this may be an man's insecurity, just to see if he gets any reaction from the person he is flirting with, its a 2 way street. Just don't put up with any behavior you don't like, and let him know, and if he deep down respects and loves you he will stop.

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April 8, 2005
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I plan to do just that camer in fact starting today I plan to start taking care of the number one person in my life
MYSELF!!!!!

April 8, 2005
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Your husband should not be acting like that. A married man has NO reason to flirt. None at all. The only person he should be flirting with is you. He is just asking for trouble by flirting. Trust your instincts. My ex cheated on me for like 2 years, it was with a girl who worked at the same office we did. I didn't know about it for months. Looking back i could see all the signs and my instincts were right. Trust yours. I just don't want you to get hurt. Insecurity doesn't help relationships it hurts them, read the book Love Must Be Tough by Doctor James Dobson. Don't be insecure but don't be a doormate either. Take care, godsgirl

April 8, 2005
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Next time Turn around and look for the hottiest guy there and enjoy the fun. If he saids anything just say"arn't you busy? because i am.
And im having fun.( dont forget to tell him who you learned from). Girl he wont do it again.
Sole**

April 8, 2005
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That sounds like a game to me. Why would you want to bring that into your marriage. I would never want to be with someone like that.

April 8, 2005
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I agree with you godsgirl!
I dont want to lower myself anymore than I probably already did, plus what will I really gain make more trouble? I dont feel like playing games all I really want is to know that he loves me and respects me do you think thas to much to ask?

April 8, 2005
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My bad
He is you husband? Dump him he dosent respect you! and thats not ok in a relationship. Sole**

April 8, 2005
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Being confident and respecting yourself is what you need to do, don't be a doormat for him. Remember that you deserve to be treated like a princess and he needs to shape up. You deserve to be respected, and to answer your question, no that is not too much to ask. Sometimes we get use to settling for being treated a certain way because we feel like we don't deserve to be treated any better, but we do. We deserve to be treated great. Just remember that you are a great person who deserves to be loved and treated great, not a person who isn't worthy of love. Tell yourself that and you will begin to believe it.

April 9, 2005
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Thank you godsgirl!!!!!

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