domingo, 11 de febrero de 2018

The perfect husband


My husband Tom (33 yo) is the perfect husband. We live in Denver, Colorado, and have two kids, Ray (boy, 6 yo) and Destiny (girl, 3 yo). My name is Hellen and I am 32 years old.
I am the luckiest woman in the world. Raiden support me in everything I do, whatever it is. He encourages me to take new actions, and when things do not go as I expected, he comforts and caresses me.
Since I was very young I was a very bossy and authoritarian girl. I could not stand that nobody would take the opposite. Surely my character is because my mom was exactly the same. But my father and my brother have a kind character. When I was a child I was a tomboy. When I was a girl I was a tomboy, always trying to share games with the boys. They despised me: "You are a girl and you can not play with us."
When I became a beautiful teenager, my problems were of another type. I kept on chasing the boys, but not to play Indians and cowboys, but to play other very different kinds of games, ha, ha, ha. During my childhood I always wore pants, never skirts or dresses. I never cared about my appearance, but now I had to conquer boys and I had to worry about wearing nice clothes that would enhance my natural beauty. I had to learn to put on makeup, although before I had never worried about that kind of thing. It was a very strong change for me.
What I hated most was having to give oral sex to the boys. It was humiliating but I had to do it if I wanted to get my reward.
When I met Thomas in college I felt it was a gift from God. He was opposed to the other guys.
I learned from her that I am now in a Loving Female Led Relationship. This relationship has been phenomenal. My needs are my husbands number one priority. I am able to lead my own life and be independent. I know he is there and supportive if I need him, and encourages me always to make my own decisions and be active in life without him unless I ask for his input. This has helped me to appreciate my husband in so many ways, which adds tons of passion to our relationship since I am authentically grateful for him accepting me as I am. My likes, my dislikes, my strength and empowerment are all important to my husband. It fills his ego to ensure that I am fulfilled, but I never want him to feel taken for granted. I want him to know he is adored and appreciated.
He encourages me to dress sexy, go out with friends, have drinks and go dancing without him, while he watches the kids. He is also the best father. He never asks questions or feels jealous, even when I ask him if he ever is. He tells me, all those men can look all they want, but I know who my wife is coming home to. With that encouragement and trust who would ever want to be so silly to not appreciate such a man, a man with so much confidence and passion for his wife? It makes me grateful and so much more in love with him.
My husband is soft spoken, gentle, and super passionate. He listens to me when I speak, never has he raised his voice, but lets me vent. He doesn’t mind if I ask him to cook tonight, clean the house or take over the care of the kids. He’s a good man with a heart of gold and thrives on my happiness, and knows I think very highly of him as a person. If more men were like my husband there would be a lot more peace in the world.
When we got married, we first lived in a fairly inexpensive apartment, but when we saved a little money, I decided that we would buy a flat. I found an apartment near my work, but very far from his. When I told her that we were going to buy a flat and I showed her the publicity and the situation, he told me that it's great that I do not have to use the subway anymore and I can walk. Is not a man like that wonderful?
The last subject is sex. I have ordered him never to ask me for sex. I always take the initiative. And with regard to oral sex, I also ordered him not to ask me ever. However, very occasionally, when I am happy because my work in the office has gone very well, or because it has been a wonderful spring day or for any other reason, I give a very special gift.
Our daughter is still very young, but when she begins to understand things, we will educate her to be like me or like my mom.