I found a ludicrous article called something like 7 things your muslim husband won’t tell you. It really is full of the worst garbage. For example the writer claims:
He Thinks About Other Women
Okay, first of all, calm down. Don’t unsubscribe from my mailing list just yet. Let me explain this.
All men think about other women.
It doesn’t mean he’s going to cheat on you.
It doesn’t mean he’s thinking about taking a second wife.
It doesn’t mean he’s fantasizing about another woman.
It just means that all (straight) men do, at some point in their lives, consider having another woman (i.e. wife).
You’re better off coming to terms with this and accepting it than having false, purile notions about men.
The best way to combat these thoughts are to apply the advice given in the first three secrets:
- Respect him.
- Be loyal to him.
- Give him physical love when he wants it.
Does this mean he’ll never take a second wife if you do these three things? Of course not.
But it will raise your value in his mind relative to other woman and he’ll be all the more reluctant to look for those three things (respect, loyalty, and sex) elsewhere.
Let me tell you:
She Thinks About Other Men
This is something men refuse to grasp, they simply can’t and won’t accept it. Women are turned on by other men than their husbands. Sean Connery, Johnny Depp, the cute guy at the bank – you name it! We eat them with our eyes and feast on them in our imaginations.
It doesn’t mean she’s going to cheat on you, but it might. Especially if you go off hallucinating about living a happy life in polygyny.
It doesn’t mean she’s thinking about taking a second husband, but realize it – nowadays she might.
It does mean she’s fantasizing about another man. Most of the time it’s just a harmless bit of fun. Like thinking about lasagna.
It just means that all (straight) women do, at some point in their lives, consider having another man (i.e. husband). They might consider replacing the one they have, having one or two lovers on the side, or getting a second husband.
You’re better off coming to terms with this and accepting it than having false, puerile notions about women.
The best way to combat these thoughts are to apply the advice given in the first secrets:
- Respect her.
- Be loyal to her.
- Give her physical love when she wants it, and make sure it’s about her pleasure too, not only yours.
- Appreciate her
- Never ever pretend that you have rights that she doesn’t, that she has obligations that you don’t. Take out the trash, do the laundry, do the dishes, help the kids with homework, water the plants and fix dinner before you fix her!
Does this mean she’ll never take a lover or a second husband if you do these things? Of course not.
But it will raise your value in her mind relative to other men and she’ll be all the more reluctant to look for those things (respect, loyalty, equality, love and sex) elsewhere.
Not that difficult, is it?