It’s similar to “make up sex” after a break up, but more erotic because she also feels like she is being used for sex…and loves it at the same time.
The brain is a real complicated organ and we are often subject to its whims.
Can you stop yourself from painfully lusting over your boss or that drop-dead sexy barista at Starbucks? Mc Combs tells us that there is really no way of controlling your feelings.
Or is it a convenient lie that we tell ourselves so that we may have our cake and eat it too?
I think I would be remiss to claim that any sexual attraction to a person other than your partner instantly evaporates for all time when you enter into a monogamous relationship. "Most people in long-term relationships will develop some feelings for people other than their partner at some point," says relationships educator Kate Mc Combs.
If you just have to dodge that call, just keep the phone on silent and when the incriminating call comes, just don't pick up.
Tell the woman calling that you didn't hear the phone (which is very true) If have the habit of taking the two women to the same spot, then you will surely make some of the other regulars jealous or resentful.
Avoiding calls simply suggests that you are trying to hide something.
Just talk normally making sure that your tone is neutral and keep the conversation short and tell her that you are busy and will call her back later.
When I was looking for love, I often dated up to three guys simultaneously.
I wasn't trying to hit some number in the Guinness Book of World Records.
I would turn her on and love her in the way that she really wanted in that moment.