Friday, December 1, 2006

It’s Best Not To Think When You’re Married

NAPLES, Fla. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Brain power is a valuable personality trait, but when it comes to marriage, using your brain too much could send your relationship down the drain.

That’s the brainstorm from Wade Young, who has written and self-published a book titled My Brain Doesn’t Cheat On My Wife, where he discusses “mental fidelity” and how much men tend to mentally cheat on their wives on a daily basis.

Says Young: “Men don’t have to physically cheat on their wives to be unfaithful. Mentally cheating, like imagining sexual encounters with other women is just as wrong.”

Young adds: “When I got married my finger had a wedding ring on it but my brain didn’t. I thought about women other than my wife all the time.”

Young says he had to come clean to his wife about his mental liaisons and teach himself to only have sexual feelings for her in order to stop mentally cheating.

He adds, “Before I got married I liked women, after I got married I liked women but I learned to suppress my urges.”

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