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Recipe for Adultery

January 6, 2012

A recipe for adultery:

A man named BL, who was talking about how an adulterous relationship began said: “I just felt like I could talk so easily to her. I could share things with her. She was on my level; she could so easily comfort me. And then she was in a bad marriage, too.”

Here’s what Dennis Rainey said: “Now there’s a recipe for adultery! I want to remind you of something. Before this man ever had a physical affair, it started out as an emotional affair. Little by little, he allowed his loyalties to his wife to erode, and his affections for her began to wander—which is why it’s critical that all of us guard against inappropriate conversations and emotional transparency with the opposite sex in the workplace.

“Most husbands and wives are separate from each other for at least nine hours a day. Now that’s a huge chunk of time! One final thought. Why don’t you go on the offensive? Invest in your husband or wife. Nurture your affection and protect your marriage from harm. You can choose today to say, ‘No,’ to an emotional affair and say, ‘Yes!’ to your marriage.”

(Dennis Rainey, FamilyLife.com, Recipe for Adultery)

broken heart and marriage

Many times, the faithful spouse is inappropriately blamed (especially if it is the wife) for “pushing” the infidel into the affair. Though, I have seen cases where that was true, most of the time it’s a gradual distancing between both partners that lies at the root.

For men, the felt need is often loss of playfulness, a lack of flirtation, and an absence of adoration or respect from the wife. For women, it’s typically the loss of tenderness, care, and concern expressed by the husband. Since most of us marry to “get more” of our new spouse—more time together, more fun together, more lovemaking—you can see where disappointment can enter the picture. (From the book: Torn Asunder, by Dave Carder)

http://www.marriagemissions.com/quotes-on-extramarital-affair/

YOUR WIFE’S BEEN CHEATING ON US AGAIN

THIS AIN’T THE FIRST TIME SHE’S GOT ALL DRESSED UP IN RED
AND GONE OUT WITH THE INTENT TO TURN SOMEBODY’S HEAD
I DIDN’T MIND SO MUCH AT FIRST WHEN SHE WAS JUST GOING OUT ON YOU
BUT NOW I COULD SPIT NAILS CAUSE SHE’S BEEN GOING OUT ON ME TOO

CHORUS
HEY BUDDY YOU’RE WIFE’S BEEN CHEATING ON US AGAIN
I JUST FOLLOWED HER TO HIS HOUSE AND WATCHED HIM LET HER IN
IF I DIDN’T TELL YOU I DON’T THINK I’D BE MUCH OF A FRIEND
HEY BUDDY TONIGHT YOU’RE WIFE’S BEEN CHEATING ON US AGAIN

I WAS JUST SITTIN’ THERE LOOKING UP WAITING FOR THE LIGHT TO CHANGE
WHEN UP BESIDE ME SHE PULLED YANKING SOME STRANGER’S CHAIN
AND THE WAY THEY WERE CARRYING ON NEARLY CAUSED ME TO LOSE MY LUNCH
DON’T KNOW HOW SHE CAN LIVE WITH HERSELF HOW COULD SHE DO THIS TO US

CHORUS

We meet every day at the same cafe
Six-thirty and no one knows she’ll be there
Holding hands, making all kinds of plans
While the juke box plays our favorite songs

Me and Mrs.Jones
We got a thing goin’on
We both know that it’s wrong
But it’s much too strong
To let it go now

We gotta be extra careful
That do we don’t build our hopes up too high
Because she’s got her own obligations
And so, and so, do I

Me and Mrs.Jones
We got a thing goin’on
We both know that it’s wrong
But it’s much too strong
To let it go now

Well, it’s time for us to be leaving
It hurts so much, it hurts so much inside
Now she’ll go her way snd I’ll go mine
Tomorrow we’ll meet
The same pklace, the same time

Me and Mrs.Jones
We got a thing goin’on
We both know that it’s wrong
But it’s much too strong
To let it go now

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