Adult woman finds sex and emotions intertangle

While he could be very affectionate, he made it clear from the outset that he didn’t consider – or want – us to be anything more than friends with benefits. For much of the time we were carrying on our affair – relationship? Fling? I’m still not sure how to categorise it – I thought I was fine with that. I was certain I didn’t want to be in a committed relationship at that time, with him or anyone else.

Yet when we were out together and he went home with somebody else, or when I heard he’d slept with someone after the last time we’d met, I found myself minding more and more, while knowing that I had no right to. It began to make me miserable.

Weird how often Granny was right, isn’t it?

10 thoughts on “Adult woman finds sex and emotions intertangle”

  1. Just pointing out that the author’s name is ‘Hugh Smithson-Wright’…..

    But what does that signify now?

  2. At the end of the article, The Guardian thanked me for being one of their “top readers” in 2021, saying I’d read 90 articles.

    In fact, I only ever see the Guardian if I’m directed there from this or another blog. I normally manage a couple of paragraphs which always seem to be circling around the issues of sodomy, immigration, benefits, and abortion.

    But it’s nice to be appreciated.

  3. That’s what happens when you tell the gentlemen they’re “too nice.” You get left with nothing but flings.

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