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- April 19, 2019 at 1:47 pm #841519LoganGuest
I would just play the same game, let him catch you staring at good looking men and if he complains? Be like hunny don’t be such a hypocrite you do it all the time, do you not like it ? Would you like me to stop Ogling other men? Hmmmmm…. play the same game and let him get a taste of his own doing. Also let us know the juicy drama that follows.April 19, 2019 at 4:38 pm #841528PDX816Guest
Logan – is that actual advise or are you trying to make a joke? Because with all due respect, advising LW to play a game with her husband and call him out on being a hypocrite is terrible advise. She is already behaving in an unhealthy manner, you advise definitely won’t help that.April 19, 2019 at 4:46 pm #841529KateKeymaster
I mean, it’s a better strategy than what she is doing. But instead of actually doing that, she could try to calmly express to him why the ogling bothers her, and ask how he’d feel if she ogled guys.April 19, 2019 at 9:05 pm #841540LoganGuest
true that she can calmly talk it out, a lot of people already gave her that advice, I’m not making a joke out of it but hey why not play the same game. Some only learn after feeling what they make others feel.April 21, 2019 at 1:07 pm #841623HazelGuest
Hmm. Ogling- or just noticing? Me and my partner enjoy pointing out particularly lovely people (of all genders) to each other, but we are always careful not to make anyone feel uncomfortable by staring or passing remarks loud enough for them to hear etc- people are fascinating aesthetically, so varied, it’s hard not to be interested and look. But if ogling is leering, then that’s not good.Is he disrespectful in the way he looks at women? If so I’d have a firm conversation about that.April 24, 2019 at 8:08 pm #841805BettyGuest
You can never always be the prettiest person in the room. There’s no point. Be happy with who you are, that’s more attractive than being pretty. Get therapy if you can’t be happy.