Do you think that as a wife, it is your obligation and duty to make sure that you keep yourself in decent shape. I feel that it is part of my wifely duties to keep my self desirable for my husband. Don't get me wrong, he would love me either way, this is my standard. I know the " for better or worse," and " he should love you no matter what," but I feel women who let themselves completely go, are kinda setting themselves up, for their partner to find them less desirable. And along with this wandering eyes occur. This does not mean that I condone men who cheat, and use that as their excuse, but I can see how that circumstance could arise. What do you think?Answer Question
Answer by feesharose at 1:51 PM on Aug. 27, 2009
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Answer by Lauren24 at 1:54 PM on Aug. 27, 2009
It would be nice if us women could always look like those in Hollywierd and since this is reality, its not going to always be like that....we can try the best that we can to keep ourselves looking decent, but with running a home, taking care of children and trying to keep our sanity.....we do get alittle out of hand, some more than others.
I would like my husband looking at ALL times like the models on GQ magazine.....almost 8 years later, I do not.. have not and probably will not see this.....
So since he loved what he saw when he met me, saw some changes along the way as he has grown with me in this marriage, than he should continue to love me as I am and keep that eye wandering around ALL of this....my eye can wander too
Answer by virginiamama71 at 1:54 PM on Aug. 27, 2009
Answer by feesharose at 1:58 PM on Aug. 27, 2009
My husband does see the real me, He sees me at 18. It has been a couple of decades. Nice thing to worry about in your 30's, but either life bites you in the butt or you get lucky. Nobody purposely lets themselves go. Your attitude is part of the problem.
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