How do you prevent your husband from leaving you for someone younger and hotter? Genuine question, please don’t be mean. How do you prevent this.

How do you prevent your husband from leaving you for someone younger and hotter?

Genuine question, please don’t be mean. How do you prevent this.

Let’s say they marry you and you stay together for 10-20 years or whatever then they leave you for someone way younger and hotter.

  1. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Don't be a bitch

  2. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Here’s good advice, if your husbands rich let him have a mistress if you’re unwilling then you better change to a better human being

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      This, in all honesty we men are primal creatures. We dont want to talk or connect, its the reason why a guy can cheat and keep it hidden for years because he doesn't care about his side past sex.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, because women never constantly cheat and never tell their partner, certainly not incredibly commonly.
        Your "we" is a sociopath, not a man or woman.

  3. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Men don't leave because they want hotter or younger girls. They leave because men want to be treated like a king. Cherish and service him. Men need someone to take care of them. He should do all of this and more for you too. That's a healthy long term relationship

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      This.

      Average looking female who stumbled upon Chads and worshipped them as my boyfriends, never ever had any trouble with them even so much as hinting that they'd dump or cheat on me with other girls. Could have also been lucky but our relationship was such that any outsider would say we were mad in love with each other in how we interacted, perhaps that counted

  4. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Become a certified deepthroater

  5. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Idk dawg. Think about your happiness. Are you happy? Maybe not. Maybe you never thought about what you want in life to be happy.

    Maybe your husband is in the same boat (likely, most people don't think about personal happiness until the 'mid life crisis' mode and obliterate their entire lives)

    People leave because they see greener grass, because they never considered what they actually want to be happy. So they gravitate towards whatever is easiest. Cars, houses, extramarital women, etc.

    Happiness is hard to think about. It's a hard thing to answer. But it's the key to saying together.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      Im not sure what you mean. Also it’s a lot easier for a man to find happiness with someone else at that age. A woman is hopeless. I just want to make sure no one abandons me like this.

  6. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Men used to cheat and practical wives turned a blind eye . It was done with discretion, out of respect for the wife.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      Are you saying I should accept it?

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Yes

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Practically speaking it may be the right move

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, unless you're gonna act like a 20yr cheerleader everynight in bed then eventually dude will start looking at some other woman. Women should really understand that her man is never really hers in the same way a woman doesnt fully belong to 1 man.

  7. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Listen and obey him and give it up when he wants it with gusto.

  8. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Bait thread. The only time you will see this is a sugar baby/daddy ordeal and/or a thirdie trying to get into a first-world country.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      A lot of famous rich men leave their wives for someone younger and hotter

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Keywords being "famous" and "rich".

  9. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Fill belly
    Drain balls
    Clean the house

    Do this, he won't risk it.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      unironically this. fulfill his sexual needs, be a good housewife, keep in shape as much as you can, dont bust his balls if he wants time to himself or he wants to spend time with friends, dont nag him EXCESSIVELY with your problems.

      if you are a shit wife you are nothing but your hole and if he has options, the world is full of young cumdumpsters

      tl;dr be a great wife

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Don't stop having sex with them.
        Don't nag them about shit that doesn't matter.
        >it matters to me!
        I'd you're feeling defensive about the above suggestion you're wrong and it doesn't matter.
        Don't use subtle tones of voice or turns of phrase to drop hints or voice disapproval passive-aggressively. You may be sure "he doesn't notice anyways" and think you're very clever, but it's likely he notices but is less likely than you to assume he's correctly interpreting whatever, or he is just waiting for you to grow out of it rather than engage and interrogate you about what the fuck is wrong THIS time while you lie or misdirect passive-aggressively.
        Actually just try not to be passive-aggressive at all.
        Don't spend his money freely unless he wants you to.
        Don't keep a mental ledger of when you "deserve" or "need" to be an asshole to him.
        Don't demand he run errands without a previous understanding, and then scold him if he forgets, does it wrong, or fails to read your mind. He is not a courier or manservant.
        Don't be a feminist, ever, at all.
        Don't LARP as an ultra submissive traditionalist or whatever, either.
        If you can't comprehend how someone can treat someone else equally, but differently, and not call themselves a feminist, I suggest reading a few books written before 1940 or so someone before you die.
        Don't make his life miserable as a "test of love" at any point during the relationship.
        Don't "just drift apart" or be too busy.
        Don't ALWAYS wait for him to make a move on you or suggest you go somewhere or do something, it's tiring after a while.
        Don't harbor secret resentment and insecurity about that time you spoke up about something or made a suggestion and he disagreed or didn't want to do it. Men encounter that every week at least in most relationships, you are just a person not a sacred institution. You having trouble on your own account speaking up and expressing yourself is also not his problem or a sign he is "controlling".

        Have a relationship that's not superficial, build something meaningful early, be vulnerable with your partner and open and honest. Choose your partner carefully, make sure they care more about you the person than you the body starting from day 1. Deal with problems with real communication, don't let emotions drive your actions, use logic. Put in actual effort into your relationship, a lot of women seem to expect their husbands to do literally all of the dating and wooing and keeping the spark alive, but contribute little themselves. Don't turn into a hag (annoying, bitchy, etc). Do your best to stay at least semi-fit, don't go into super overweight or obese territory. Don't stop having sex or performing sexual acts (super fucking important, even if you don't feel like it, you should care about his needs). Don't make the relationship solely about you; you're a team, you must care about his feelings for a healthy relationship.

        Contrary to popular belief most men I know want a long term healthy relationship and are willing to overlook physical flaws if everything else is good. Frequently though, everything else is shit. If the choice is between "previously cute and friendly wife who is now an obese bitch who never has sex with me or shows me love and affection" and "extremely shallow relationship, but she's young and hot and we have sex," it should be obvious which of those two a man is going to pick. You'd do the same if the roles were reversed.

        Keep his belly full and his balls empty.
        Simple as that.

        Be ok with soft polygamy, and be the best at doing the non sexual duties of a wife so that the only thing he would be seeking from other girls is the physical attractiveness you can no longer provide, and that any dalliances he has would be purely physical.

        Ok so basically be a perfect person with no flaws, have zero needs and be an asswipe slave and let him abuse you.

        You people are sick.

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          If that's your conclusion after reading this thread then you deserve your fears to come true

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Im not OP, but what you guys said is really fucked up

            • 1 week ago
              Anonymous

              Oh, so you're just a random assblasted femanon?
              None of the posts you replied to ever implied specifically what you wrote here:
              >be a perfect person with no flaws, have zero needs and be an asswipe slave and let him abuse you
              So stop putting words in other people's mouths.
              Otherwise, yes, you have to constantly work on a long-term relationship in order for it to last forever. Shocking, right?

            • 1 week ago
              Anonymous

              /adv/ is the Reddit of LULZ. Dunno what you expected.

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          >Ok so basically be a perfect person with no flaws, have zero needs and be an asswipe slave and let him abuse you.

          yeah being a good housewife who is not a codependant clingy leech nor an emotional wreck is totally what you wrote, spot on

          surely you will keep a valuable man by not providing anything other than a sporadic uninspired fuck while being a nagging cunt 24/7 when you hit 35 and your looks really go down a cliff

  10. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    What happened Scott?

  11. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Be ok with soft polygamy, and be the best at doing the non sexual duties of a wife so that the only thing he would be seeking from other girls is the physical attractiveness you can no longer provide, and that any dalliances he has would be purely physical.

  12. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Grow older together, in parallel, so that with each new stage of life you discover new attractions in each other.

  13. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    don't let your vanity get in the way of sex, if he calls you ugly or something hurtful that's different, but if you're not having sex because you found a secret thigh roll that makes you totally untouchable when you're 46 it'll drive him insane. he wants to see your belly bounce and big ass wobble

  14. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Have a relationship that's not superficial, build something meaningful early, be vulnerable with your partner and open and honest. Choose your partner carefully, make sure they care more about you the person than you the body starting from day 1. Deal with problems with real communication, don't let emotions drive your actions, use logic. Put in actual effort into your relationship, a lot of women seem to expect their husbands to do literally all of the dating and wooing and keeping the spark alive, but contribute little themselves. Don't turn into a hag (annoying, bitchy, etc). Do your best to stay at least semi-fit, don't go into super overweight or obese territory. Don't stop having sex or performing sexual acts (super fucking important, even if you don't feel like it, you should care about his needs). Don't make the relationship solely about you; you're a team, you must care about his feelings for a healthy relationship.

    Contrary to popular belief most men I know want a long term healthy relationship and are willing to overlook physical flaws if everything else is good. Frequently though, everything else is shit. If the choice is between "previously cute and friendly wife who is now an obese bitch who never has sex with me or shows me love and affection" and "extremely shallow relationship, but she's young and hot and we have sex," it should be obvious which of those two a man is going to pick. You'd do the same if the roles were reversed.

  15. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Don't stop having sex with them.
    Don't nag them about shit that doesn't matter.
    >it matters to me!
    I'd you're feeling defensive about the above suggestion you're wrong and it doesn't matter.
    Don't use subtle tones of voice or turns of phrase to drop hints or voice disapproval passive-aggressively. You may be sure "he doesn't notice anyways" and think you're very clever, but it's likely he notices but is less likely than you to assume he's correctly interpreting whatever, or he is just waiting for you to grow out of it rather than engage and interrogate you about what the fuck is wrong THIS time while you lie or misdirect passive-aggressively.
    Actually just try not to be passive-aggressive at all.
    Don't spend his money freely unless he wants you to.
    Don't keep a mental ledger of when you "deserve" or "need" to be an asshole to him.
    Don't demand he run errands without a previous understanding, and then scold him if he forgets, does it wrong, or fails to read your mind. He is not a courier or manservant.
    Don't be a feminist, ever, at all.
    Don't LARP as an ultra submissive traditionalist or whatever, either.
    If you can't comprehend how someone can treat someone else equally, but differently, and not call themselves a feminist, I suggest reading a few books written before 1940 or so someone before you die.
    Don't make his life miserable as a "test of love" at any point during the relationship.
    Don't "just drift apart" or be too busy.
    Don't ALWAYS wait for him to make a move on you or suggest you go somewhere or do something, it's tiring after a while.
    Don't harbor secret resentment and insecurity about that time you spoke up about something or made a suggestion and he disagreed or didn't want to do it. Men encounter that every week at least in most relationships, you are just a person not a sacred institution. You having trouble on your own account speaking up and expressing yourself is also not his problem or a sign he is "controlling".

  16. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    I hope to be this guy in 10 years.

  17. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    I'm going to give you advice, but this question pissed me off to no end, because it's a clear cut example of how some people can be such npcs. It's as if logic is so simple, that it becomes abstract to unconcious people.

    Let me answer your question with a hypothetical. Let's say I make burgers. Theres a guy that comes and buys my burgers.

    Suddenly a burger stand opens across the street that makes juicier burgers that taste better, and are made faster. There is a clear cut fact here: my burgers simply cannot compete. So now what? Well, I could offer the man literally anything else that isnt a burger, and that is worth more to the man than a burger.

    If you cant figure out what I'm saying, then I dont know what to tell you. Maybe in your next lifetime you can be of some use as opposed to skating by on your looks until their gone, and all your eggs fall through your basket that any man could have told you would eventually break.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      Honestly OP you really ought to just deal with it.

      This Anon gets it.

      Much of this comes down to your man though. When I was younger and more idyllic in my worldview I demonized the type of guy who left a girl for an upgrade someday, but the world isn't black and white. Women cheat for similar reasons, the main difference here is just the timeframe in which the woman can be choosy and the timeframe in which the man can be choosy.

  18. 1 week ago
    Anonymous
  19. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    If a man leaves YOU, then you have some serious fucking problems. Its really not hard to keep a man. Just stay relatively fit, show you still care about him, provide sex, cook and clean. Don't listen to modern women tips and shit from tiktok. Theres reasons why these whores become single moms or single 30+ with no hope in getting a husband.

  20. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    I started writing up a long answer but honestly, it's the same kind of advice given for any other type of long term relationship. You just need to see the red flags and act on it when they appear. Be wary of people who don't value commitment nor express their needs well. There is no way to "fix" someone.

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