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  • Can I bed my mother in law?

    I'm 40 married. My wife is ok if I bed other woman as far as she don't know who it is and it's not in the same bed as hers. We had a open discussion on this given my high sex drive and she can't keep up with me hence she is fine with me sleeping with some other woman without her knowledge. Woman I want to sleep with is my mother in law. She is 62 and widowed. I got some ideas about she might be willing to do so. In fact she saw me half naked and was not shy. My question is how can I approach her without complicating things.

  • No.

    Why stay with your wife if you wish to sleep with other women, especially her mother? Why not divorce?

    My opinion may be harsh, but it is my opinion that you cannot love your wife and wish to do something that you're well aware would devastate her AND devastate her relationship with her mother. That is not love.

    So....no..you cannot bed your mother-in-law without a blatant slap in the face to your wife and without complicating your marriage and your wife's relationship with her family.
    "Be what you're looking for."

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    • I have to agree with the wise Ashlee T. If you're not attracted to your wife anymore, it is better to be honest with her and file for divorce. Before bedding her mother. If you do so - behond your wife's back - she's going to divorce you anyway. You can't win in this situation by lying: you will be caught in the lie. And what about the consequences for your mother-in-law? How will people react to her? What about her daughter's feelings: can you imagine the betrayal her daughter would feel towards her mother? You'll end up with a divorce, your mother-in-law will end up hating you for destroying her reputation and putting her relationship with her daughter in jepody.

      I'm sorry but you're in a lot of trouble if you go through with your plans. I know you find your mother-in-law very attractive, but think about what has been said. Is all this aggro really worth it for a few nights of sex?

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      • Thanks for the advise...

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        • If you both think your marriage is otherwise happy, and your wife is accepting of your seeking sexual gratification elsewhere, I somehow think an exception to that would be her own mother. So, why do you want her mom?
          You can chase other women and satisfy yourself sexually with no strings attached, but you want to bed the one woman that's off limits? Have you wondered why that's where your desire lies?

          Have you posted about this previously? There's a post about this buried in the forum somewhere.

          Best of luck. I highly suspect if you pursue this, it will not end well for you.

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