I recently received a message from one of my friends on Facebook. She is one of the rare ones who asked for my advice and then actually followed it. It is so often that I give advice to someone who, in the end, totally disregards it that I wonder why they asked me in the first place. Then when all is said and done, they wonder why things did not work out as they had hoped.
This particular friend, we will call her “M,” told me that her husband had been begging her to cuckold him for well over a year. Cuckolding was something that “M” was really not comfortable doing but could not convince her partner that it would not be a good idea. After over a year of listening to her husbands constant begging, she decided to try something I had suggested.
When the day finally arrived that she was to meet her new lover for dinner and a roll in the hay at a nearby motel, she kissed her husband goodbye and left the house. Thirty minutes later, “M” returned home. That was when she explained to her husband this had all been a test to see if he truly wanted to be a cuckold.
Her husband admitted that he was extremely happy that she had not actually gone through with a real cuckolding. It seems that, faced with reality, “M's” husband could not handle her having sex with another man.
My point in telling you this story is that, men sometimes fantasize about one particular thing. They let it build up in their minds into something they think they just cannot live without. However, when faced with the reality of that particular fantasy, their true feelings will surface and those feelings are not always what they were expecting.
So here is a big congratulations to “M” for not doing what her husband wanted and, instead, making him think she had. Her marriage is saved, her husband will never again ask her to make love to another man, and, perhaps, he will be more careful what he asks for in the future.