DEAR DEIDRE I’VE had amazing sex with my colleague’s boyfriend.
He’s gorgeous and wants us to do it again. I’m tempted but I feel very guilty.
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My colleague and I are police officers. She is 26 and I’m 29.
The job, of course, involves risk of exposure to Covid-19. I split up with my fiancé last year and have been living with my parents, but my dad is immune-suppressed so my colleague suggested I stay with her so I could continue to work.
She and I have always got on well but I didn’t know her boyfriend before.
He is a real laugh and also very good-looking in a roguish sort of way. He is a car mechanic but he has been furloughed. He’s 25.
With us working the shifts we do it’s been great having him around, willing to cook meals for us or just to chat to over a drink.
I got home after a late shift a couple of weeks ago. My colleague had got home earlier and they had eaten together, but had saved some for me. She was tired and took herself off to bed but her boyfriend said he would stay down and have a drink with me — he’d clearly already had a couple.
After I had eaten he sat beside me on the sofa, then kissed me. It’s been a year since I’ve been with a guy that way and it was amazing to be wanted.
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We had sex, which felt wonderful. We just laughed when we fell off the sofa and then staggered off upstairs to our separate beds.
I felt so awkward next morning when she and I were having breakfast together. She laughed and said her boyfriend had a terrible hangover but it served him right. I pretended to have no idea.
Her boyfriend and I didn’t have a chance to talk for a couple of days but he snatched a moment to say the sex was fantastic and that we must do it again soon — no strings, no complications.
The thing is, my colleague will be working different shifts from me next week and it does feel tempting.
What’s the harm if no one knows except her boyfriend and me, and it makes me feel great?
DEIDRE SAYS: Lots of harm. Chances are something is awry between your colleague and her boyfriend. If he is having sex with you he’s not going to be focusing on sorting the issue in their relationship.
And it won’t stay no-strings and uncomplicated. The likelihood is that you or the boyfriend will slip up and your colleague will find out – and won’t your name be mud at work?
Or you will start falling for him and will end up feeling miserably used, as he’s only offering casual sex.
Be strong and stop it now. Go and stay with another friend if your willpower is low.
Lockdown will end then you can find a real relationship.
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