Wow, this was very informative. I'm a girl peeking around at this awesome blog, and I'm embarrassed to say that I sort of cheated on my boyfriend of 1.5 years recently. He let me do it, because he knew I wanted some fun, but now he's pretty pissed, naturally.
Before this I never really wanted other guys. He was (and still is sort of) all that I ever wanted and needed. It took me 5 months to get to that point, but once I was there, I felt that way for exactly 1 year.
Now, I'm starting to feel restless. My boyfriend is shorter than me (I'm slender and 6'0 tall, he's even skinnier and 5'10), and that's always been something that's bothered me. I'm so sad to say that he recently lost his job and is looking for something new. We also grew up differently; therefore, he's a pretty frugal guy, while I prefer to spend money on comfort because it makes me feel good.
Nonetheless, I love him. He's a wonderful person. He's supportive, affectionate, gives me time and attention that I really need, and helped me through a lot.
Sadly, when some tall, good-looking, wealthy guy steps into my life, I could not help but follow him to boat on the beach while my boyfriend went off on a road trip with his bros for a week. I'm really sorry that I hurt him, and I'm wondering if it's time for me to step away so I don't hurt him again.
Judging from your post, I'll try to do things to make him more powerful to me. Introduce BDSM maybe?
On a side note, I am a dynamic high sex drive woman. I want it all the time, and I think he's not able to keep up quite so much anymore bc he says it makes him tired.
While I don't disagree with you about avoiding high sex drive women, you act as though we are unworthy of relationships and should be avoided at all costs. We just like sex, like men.