Throughout his career as a marriage counselor, Dr. Steven Craig has heard accusations repeated by couples time and time again, reflecting a dangerous belief common to many strained relationships: the idea that change should be avoided at all costs. And yet the truth is as striking as it is straightforward: Marriages don't fail when people change; they fail when people don't change. In The Six Husbands Every Wife Should Have, Dr. Craig divides the typical marriage into six stages, outlining the common misconceptions and opportunities for growth at each stage.
"I Have Parkinson’s — and My Wife Is Its Invisible Victim" is from the Opinion section of The Washington Post. It was written by Don Riggenbach and narrated by Sam Scholl.
Enjoy these sexy tales of lesbians and wives enjoying each other! Tales include: "Sammy Loves to Be with a Married Couple"; "Two Asian Lesbians take Sammy with Them" and "Sammy is Used and Tied by a Couple," and more!
What happens when a wife and a husband keep making bets with each other and the stakes keep getting higher? In this scorching hot short, a slut wife gets gangbanged by her husband's friends! It's plenty of cock for her when her husband decides to call in his marker, and she may never be the same after all the double team sex, the rough deepthroat, the semen swallowing, and the double penetration!
"Wife Crashes Her Own Funeral, Horrifying Her Husband, Who Had Paid to Have Her Killed" is from the World section of The Washington Post. It was written by Sarah Kaplan and narrated by Jill Melancon.
Let's meet a group of women who pick up the pieces when their husbands come out. Susie reads from an article by Chadwick Moore in Out magazine that tells the stories of women dealing with their husbands' changes in sexual preference. Many of these women are devout Christians or from conservative backgrounds. They feel they should remain supportive, even at the sacrifice of their own happiness.
"Marriage is God's answer for our deepest human need: Companionship." And that, according to counselor and relationship expert Dr. Gary Chapman, author of the New York Times best seller The Five Love Languages, is to have deep and lasting union with another, to truly become one. But how can you build that oneness from the beginning?
"A Must for Marriage Before, During, or After"