"I'm sorry this is so long.
My husband and I are both 25, and have been married for 3 years, dated for 1.
He is so perfect. Works hard (plus he is a firefighter, talk about sexiest job on earth). He is a 10/10 in the looks department. Great shape, doesn't have any nasty habits like smoking, dipping, etc. etc.
He helps around the house just to help not because I ask. Shows that he loves me greatly without being clingy. I could go out with the girls till 4am and he wouldn't care at all because he trust me without doubt. And to put icing on the cake he is how do I say OMG in bed. We average sex at least 9-10 times a week. So I have been living on cloud 9 for the last 4 years.
So the other day when he was at work I hopped on his laptop to get my FB fix when I found that he was on here, answer-bag, Girls ask Guys, asking how he gets over his wife's past sex life.
WTF???? I never knew he felt that way. He never said anything to me. So yesterday when we were laying in bed I told him what I found. He instantly got distant and said it's my problem not yours, now leave it alone. So we then got into a fight about him not trusting me with his feelings (which I won, haha) and got him to open up. He was never very open about his past. I thought because he had slept with half of Chicago and didn't want to upset me, but no, he's only slept with 3 other woman before me, where I had around 20 or so (I was a slut in collage lol). He said he has always felt this way and it caused the break up between him and his ex (she's a slut still anyways). And he didn't want to do that with me, so it was his job to suck it up and deal with it.
Now I feel horrible and want to make his pain go away. And he said this is exactly what he didn't want. What can I do to help?"
Note too that she regards carousel riding, i.e. sticking two fingers up at her future husband, as a laughing matter.
Well, I don't know how to advise her, beyond committing ritual seppuku; but I know what he needs to do! Unfortunately, he has already signed on the dotted line, which means he'll have to emigrate to mitigate the coming financial catastrophe.