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Attraction is natural. It's quite literally what keeps our species from going extinct.
So there is no reason to endlessly guilt-trip yourself over something so trivial, especially when your very human spouse has probably done the same. With that having been said, make sure to be gentle with your partner, and try not to read too much into it, if they come to you with such a confession of their own. Here, eight women reveal how they handled crushing on someone else—without ruining their marriage. My husband and I have an agreement: Should the opportunity arise that either Colin Firth makes a pass at me or Scarlett Johansson make a pass at him, we are allowed to take them up on it.
I was lucky enough back in the days when I hosted a talk show on public radio to actually interview Colin. Alas, no pass. The crush was a al to me that my husband and I had stopped trying to make things exciting. So I channeled my lust where it belonged—suggesting to Dan that we start role-playing, make plans to go for a romantic weekend, and plan passionate surprises. He was game. She and dad have been married 45 years. She told me getting crushes is normal—not the end of anything. I should simply ignore it and let the feelings pass.
That's what I did, and it did indeed pass. After a lot of soul searching, I decided to look for a job that would challenge me instead of just coasting in my career. And he joked to me about someone he had a crush on. And that defused everything. Being able to treat lustful feelings toward someone else like a goof is healthy and nonthreatening. We'd been hanging out a lot together—coffee, a few drinks that led to some flirting, which led to some vivid fantasies.
I took this as a danger and told him that I felt it was better to keep our relationship strictly about the campaign.
He is married, too, and agreed with me it's better not to tempt fate. Within a few weeks the butterflies settled down and things went back to normal. It was a distraction from the sorrow I felt over my mother's cancer diagnosis. So I didn't take it seriously, and it subsided.
But I did talk to my husband about the two of us making time for some fun things to do together so that our life didn't become solely about tragedy.Simpsons Histories - Richard \u0026 Lewis
Not that I look like a supermodel. So I do occasionally get the hots for some random really hot guy. And then I'll fantasize about said hot guy while my honey and I have sex. And then the crush fades, and all is good. Your Privacy Rights. To change or withdraw your consent choices for Brides. At any time, you can update your settings through the "EU Privacy" link at the bottom of any.
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