Thanks for signing up. We hope you enjoy being part of this community and interacting with fellow bonobos over stories, discussions , counselling and contests!
Birth Date :
Your Email Address
Attraction is rather involuntary and not your fault. However, how you choose to resolve this or act upon it is upto you. As long as you dont give in to desire you should have no reason to feel guilt
no. attraction is normal. Talking about it is better than hiding it though. Sorting out jealousies, lust and love, in my opinion is paramount.
No guilt in it.
Bonobology Communities are group forums where our registered users can post questions/issues and other users can discuss those, offer suggestions, etc.
To start a discussion, please click the 'Start New Discussion' button and choose any of the communities the question is about and post it to that community.
Why are older women falling on Younger guys for fulfillment of their desires ? Somehow they are often not sexually attracted to their husbands, desire is temporarily rekindled when they suspect their husbands are unfaithful, are contemplating infidelity, or when their husbands show signs of moving on. The vacuum created due to work pressures between them. Sometimes women married for couple of years to the same person have a stronger temptation and they go in for a bit of a change in their lifestyle to experiment their libidos. Life is temporary , so let us give it a try is the motto . Infidelity is no more a sin . Of Course we are seeing from ancient scriptures . The Question is " Is there something beyond sex and lust ?
Is emotional infidelity at par with physical infidelity? Which hurts more?
Is it wrong to get attracted to someone while you're in a happy relationship?
If this is known one could reduce the "sex has become routine & hence boring" phase or "having an affair" phase post marriage??
Sex is an important aspect but when it comes to sexual abuse, the victim partner prefers to conceal about the fact.This is seen in most cases until & unless the situation become unbearable. Is it because they are shy of speaking about their partners aggressive character or because they think talking about their partners abusiveness brings in light their sexual life in-front of society?
If you have sex with a close friend, does it mean you are in a relationship? Can a relationship between friends work if they end up having sex and feel obliged to be in one?
How would/did you change your bedroom after marriage?
Why do men shy away from relationship discussions?
You think too much!
Why do men think that helping the wife is shameful or makes them henpecked?
What have I learnt about myself through my spouse!
Disclaimer: The information, views, and opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Bonobology.
Content Advisory: The website may contain content suitable for mature audiences. User discretion is strictly advised. Wish to share your story with us? Mail us at: email@example.com
Stay updated with the latest at Bonobology by subscribing to our newsletter
And register as a user to unlock more features!