I just found out that my husband has a "thing" for my cousin. On Christmas we went out of town to my relatives house. I had not seen them in a long time because we just moved back to the state we are from and my husband had never met some of my family. I heard him talking to his friend about how fine my cousin is and how he couldn't stand being there because he couldn't stop staring at her ass. Now my cousin is a beautiful college girl and she plays softball, so the girl is in excellent shape.
I know men are going to be men, but why couldn't he just keep it to himself? He had his friend go on FB and look at my cousins profile so he can see how good she looks. Men can be dogs! I mean, I don't go to his family house and look at his family members in a sexual way or talk about how good his brother or cousins look. I feel he crossed the line big time on this or am I stressing for nothing?
EDIT: I said she is beautiful and no I am not jealous. I commend her on her body and very proud of her playing softball since 7 and getting a full scholarship too college. That is my cousin, I held her as a baby and babysat her and also helped my mom keep her and her sisters. I mean sure if I could have a body like hers, I would take it but I don't and that does not make me jealous. I am not the jealous type. What I am more concerned with is him looking her up on FB and basically fantasizing about her, and bragging to his freinds and that was weeks ago on Christmas and he is still imagining himself sexing her as of yesterday. Like I said, I don't care if my husband look at women and I know he is not DEAD but I feel it went a little far as far as him saying it felt like torture to see her and not have her.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 5:33 AM on Jan. 8, 2013 in Relationships
Answer by amandajoy21 at 5:41 AM on Jan. 8, 2013
Answer by missanc at 5:48 AM on Jan. 8, 2013
Tell him if he wants to know what real torture is like, to keep talking about what he can never have! Ugh, they can be such thoughtless pigs some times! Make this be a learning experience for him! He needs to learn to respect you & your feelings. GL
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