For my part I've been married to my wife for a number of years and if I had wanted any other woman to share the rest of my life with I'd not have asked this one to take the journey to the end of both our lives and together.
She is everything I have ever wanted in a woman. As corny as it sounds to my friends, but they love it, she completes me. We're like two peas in a pod.
When I see other women I admire when they're attractive. I love beautiful things. My wife first and foremost. I love art, which is why we have that in our house. I love the unique lines on a car and that's why I picked the vehicle I drive because the aesthetics are compelling enough that I promised I'd pay for it for five years of my life just to make it mine and put it in our garage.
But do I look at other cars and say, wow, I'd like to have that one. Well, if it's a Ferrari probably so. But if it is a woman that is not my wife, not a chance.
Speaking for myself, if I wanted to surrender everything we've built together just to have one moment of pleasure with someone else, I'd be an idiot. Because the way I'm built I know that that one moment of pleasure wouldn't be pleasure at all when I knew I was destroying the trust and the love I have with my wife in the process.
God has created some amazing works of art to walk this earth. My wife appreciates a good looking man as much as I appreciate seeing a beautiful woman. I even appreciate another man who has it all together. But all that does is make us appreciate what we have in each other.
My take is this, if you're looking at another man and thinking:Mmmm, mmmm, mmm, what I could do to that! And you're married your betraying yourself first. Because there's something inside your relationship that is missing when you can only imagine what some strange guy has that can fill it.
And the first thing he'd have to have if he did actually do that for you and satisfy that imagination behind the, mmmm, is dishonor and outright adulterous creep-clout.
Because if he'll(she'll) cheat with you he'll(she'll) cheat on you.
Rather than look at another man and want some, look at yourself and your relationship and assess what's missing. Work hard on fixing what you have rather than risking all that you have to get away from what you may not want to face and fix.
Marriage takes work! Two people who were separate people before they met uniting for the rest of their lives to become one family takes commitment and honesty. And if you can work at adultery you can certainly work at solvency in a marriage.
That's my take anyway. Thank GOD for my wife.