Sexting With Seniors
When you’re out searching for the right one, you’re looking for the one that makes you heart beat faster, the one you can’t stop thinking about from the time you wake up till the time you go to bed, the one that puts butterflies in your stomach when he brushes up against you. You also look for compatibility, good conversation and the same interests. But the most important, to me anyway, is sexual attraction.
I’ve been on plenty of first dates in my teenage years and after waiting all day or night for that passionate kiss to tell me, call me again, sometimes, meant it was the end of the road for that chump.
I believe a healthy marriage stems from passion. A passion so great that even after being married for 10 years you still hold hands while watching TV. You still lie in bed and talk after making passionate love. Or the little notes you leave by the coffee maker or in the lunch box, or on the front seat of the car makes a world of difference. The wink you get from across a room filled party still tells you,you’re the special one. These are the little things that keeps a marriage alive and interesting and spontaneous.
But once you hit a certain age the wooing stops, you’re life changes in many ways; you have children, work becomes more stressful and then you forget the little things that made your heart go pitter patter. Once that passion dissolves you grow apart. Sometimes the marriage ends. It may take years but, I’ve seen it happen.
But with fast growing new technology the old fashion way just isn’t good enough. With cell phones and Internet people have taken it to a new level. It’s called sexting.
It’s been a growing problem with teenagers but that’s because they’re young and immature. They’re not educated.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be sitting at work around colleagues and your significant other texts you something like, “How would you feel right now if my hand was caressing you inner thigh, slowly moving closer to your…”
Yeah, that’s what, I thought, too.