Monday, February 12, 2018

About the comments section or lack thereof.

I had to go on a little trip, and I didn't want to have people submit comments and not be able to approve them for days, so I just took them down.  One thing I've noticed since going away and coming back is that I've developed compulsive checking behavior.  60 minutes did a story on this mostly revolving around smart phones and how they condition behavior to keep the user engaged.  Yes, silicon valley people have conditioned your phone checking behavior intentionally and your being manipulated.  The same thing was happening to me and this blog that my wife has put together. She certainly doesn't have time to tend to it so it has fallen to me to kind of weed and feed it.  But even with me doing that, I need to tell her when she gets home what needs to be responded to on top of her already 28 hour day.  It may be hard for people to believe, but she's not overjoyed to come home and spend more time in front of the computer though she does appreciate very much everyone's support and the warm reception this little booklet has received.  There's just not time in the day.  Physics just doesn't allow it.

Since I've been handling this blog, I've noticed that I'm always checking it for comments that have been left because I feel a responsibility to approve comments as quickly as possible.  I don't like to leave people hanging.  And of course a blog like this can't be done without moderated comments.  Something had to give.  Originally she wanted to just do the book in the link above just to get it out of her head and share our experience almost like a civic responsibility and just leave it up.  And people that were searching for it could find it.  There's really not much else to say.  Continual new posts would just be redundant and repetitive.  That's not to say there won't ever be new posts, but what needs to be said has been said.  Mostly she wants people to remember that this thing were doing is about fostering greater passion and intimacy through frequent sexual intercourse.  With that in mind move forward with love and an understanding of each other's needs through open communication. And if something is not working, stop doing it and find something that does work for both of you.










DISCLAIMER: This blog depicts the loving consensual agreed upon relationship between the author and her husband.  Every relationship should be safe, sane and consensual.  Anything else is illegal. This blog is not meant to substitute for your personal due diligence and is not to be taken as medical advice.