9 Ways to Affair Proof Your Marriage

Because I want my marriage to stay on the happy side of the statistics, I've gathered these tips for how to make marriage absolutely affair-proof.

PresentSiimpleTense

09/06/2011 01:28:02 PM

Thanks for sharing that...helpful.

celestialbeing

08/18/2010 04:10:32 PM

Number 7 should actually be worded as, "Learn how to Argue" ! There is a big difference between fighting and arguing. Fighting is physical and arguing is verbal. To argue, have a disagreement orally (verbally) is quite different from any fight. This society needs to stop calling arguments fights. Simply put, some people pay to see a fighting event, other wise known as a sport . No one likes arguments that much.

celestialbeing

08/18/2010 04:10:29 PM

Number 7 should actually be worded as, "Learn how to Argue" ! There is a big difference between fighting and arguing. Fighting is physical and arguing is verbal. To argue, have a disagreement orally (verbally) is quite different from any fight. This society needs to stop calling arguments fights. Simply put, some people pay to see a fighting event, other wise known as a sport . No one likes arguments that much.

cryskint

08/18/2010 03:02:06 PM

I understand what you mean about depressives and addicts being prone to having affairs. I really messed up in my last marriage and had an affair and will always regret it. My Husband never knew but I will always remember. It caused a lot of damage to me and my emotional life. It is still hard to forgive myself for the things I did. It is true that it was like a high when I was having the affair. It is good to be more aware of the fact that I am more prone to affairs and that the high feeling is just temporary and not lasting. But the hurt, pain, and damage to myself is permanent so I know how to just say no.

bumpas

05/20/2009 09:24:30 AM

(Every good woman should have a good chriatian husband someone who she can yell at, lie to and blame when her lover gets her pregnant.) (Every good man should have a good woman to help him thrue all of the troubles that he would not have iff he did not have a woman in his like.)

kennethehowe

05/15/2009 06:36:04 PM

A couple of years ago my wife and I took "ballroom dancing" leasons. In the 3-4 months we went weekly with three other couples and learned the "rumba." She and I practiced at her school (on stage, behind the curtains - it was the only place we found large enough with a wood floor) about 2-3 times a week. It was fun, it was together, and when we finished, the dance school had a recital for all students (mostly children) in a rented auditorimun; literally, the Brown Theater, on Broadway Blvd. (not NY, NY). We still talk about it with real fondness and soon we'll do something like that again.

ashleyfincher

11/10/2008 08:04:58 AM

THIS MESSAGE WAS ALRIGHT, REALLY DID NOT GIVE ME ANY ADVICE I WAS LOOKINF FOR.

teachdance

11/03/2008 09:43:40 PM

I am living my DREAM of being an ACTRESS! I have taken a risk for the last 4 years and been in numerous Community plays. I have a whole new set of friends, some young, some old but all LOVING me for whom I am! All in the name of CREATIVITY. Being over 50 doesn't mean you are washed up, just seasoned! GO FOR IT!

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