Ummm... whhhaaaat? Is all I could think while I read the article! Thankfully, my DH would think the same exact thing. He's my one and only, and I am his, and we like it that way :-) No pseudo-spouses needed.
"Open and accepting relationship" my rear end! I have never heard this term "work spouse" either, and I am probably more floored than I should be, considering this is obviously such a 'worldly' concept. Lol, I'm so sheltered in so many ways, sometimes thankfully! :)
I have heard of it but I have never worked and it would never cross my hubbies mind to have one! I know that he can hardly handle the wife he does have!!!!
Very very wrong. It's called "emotional cheating" and it's just as bad, if not worse than physical cheating.And that is all I will say, because the other angle that occurred to me is not very PC. :) I can be a bit of a male chauvenist at times. lol
Wow. All I have to say is that would be a bad position to be in, and no one should be saying it might benefit the relationship! Just one more thing we can lift up in prayer this week, hmmm? Won't it be wonderful when the Lord comes back and sets everything right again?
Now, THAT was something! And the idea that it benefits a marriage? Hogwash!
Yeah, it's a new one to me too. I'm so glad that my husband works at a church with mostly other men. (Who I am sure he doesn't find attractive.)If this article encourages people to have an "office spouse" then the person who write it better be ready to face the consequences of their advice before God. Yikes.
Ok, I meant wrote, not write. Goodness.
Oh and did you read that "if your spouse tells you about it" that that is good because it means you have an open and honest relationship? No it doesn't. It just means that it's gone so far they can't hide it so they don't try.
I don't get to talk to a lot of actual grown-ups during the day, so your comments make me really happy! :)