My Weird Thing . . .

Discussions about negotiating relationships between faithful LDS believers and the apostates who love them. This applies in particular to mixed-faith marriages, but relations with children, parents, siblings, friends, and ward members is very welcome.
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felixfabulous
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My Weird Thing . . .

Post by felixfabulous » Wed Mar 06, 2019 4:09 pm

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Re: My Weird Thing . . .

Post by Reuben » Wed Mar 06, 2019 6:19 pm

Could wanting your wife to take a few puffs partly arise from an unconscious desire for her to be more of an outsider to Mormonism? It would be kind of like how exmos often try coffee or beer partly to feel less Mormon, only applied to someone else.
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Re: My Weird Thing . . .

Post by Mormorrisey » Wed Mar 06, 2019 7:26 pm

Maybe get her to vape some ginseng or other "natural" herb? Is that even a possibility?

I'm just pleased you decided to share this with your SO, and she didn't just shut you down. That's pretty cool and is a great illustration of the openness of the communication in your marriage.
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Re: My Weird Thing . . .

Post by felixfabulous » Thu Mar 07, 2019 8:40 am

Good insights, thanks. Makes me realize I've got a good thing going.

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Re: My Weird Thing . . .

Post by Red Ryder » Thu Mar 07, 2019 8:47 am

Perhaps you can add some other elements of costume play. I'm sure as long as she keeps her garments on, it will all stay in the realm of normal God Ordained Marital Intimacy.

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