Are You a Married Man or Woman Looking Into Having an Affair in Sydney?
*Megan was an attractive woman in her late 30s who was running a successful business while living on Sydney’s North Shore. For the most part, she was happily married. The only thing missing was intimate, passionate sex with like-minded adults. Online dating had been considered but there were too many risks. What she found with us was a discrete avenue for having steamy affairs that completely and utterly satisfied her.
*Name changed for privacy.
The Most Common Reason Why a Married Woman Will Have an Affair
Yearning for Intimacy and Emotional Connection
In her own words, Megan explains why she was considering having an affair.
“My highest priorities are my children and my spouse. My passion and need for sexual intimacy is still burning but is not being satisfied. Like many others, I was experiencing the disappointment that comes from spouses becoming entangled and obsessed with their work and business issues. We had lost the emotional and physical contact that is so important for one’s sense of well-being.”
Dating and Discreet Affairs for Adults Only
“In mentioning my predicament to a close friend, she referred me to Susan at Married Affairs Sydney. Susan helped my friend find a wonderful, intimate relationship to fill the void in her life and overcome her sense of sexual abandonment.”
Is the Grass Greener on the Other Side? Do Discrete Affairs Really Exist?
“I know we sometimes think the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence, but we don’t want to jeopardise what we have at home.”
Sexual isolation can make it difficult to feel settled and satisfied at home. Given the opportunity, being more uninhibited is certainly freeing for many women(*2). So, yes, sometimes the grass is greener. According to research, sexual isolation can diminish connection and relationship satisfaction by 50 – 75%(*3).
Online Dating: Privacy Risks and Trustworthiness of Matches
Online dating can be disappointing, and safety is a major issue(*1). These are the situations where the grass is not greener on the other side.
“I had explored major online dating companies. However, my experience with these was very negative. The potential partners I found were totally unsuitable and their identities could not be trusted or confirmed.”
Meeting the Married Affairs Sydney Team
”I instantly felt relaxed and comfortable when I met Susan in her CBD office. The staff made me feel like they were truly dedicated to helping me. I discussed my dating requirements, time restrictions and expressed my concerns for privacy. I was so relieved everything was taken so seriously.”
Personalised Matches for the Perfect Affair
“Susan explained how she delivers her services according to individual requirements and has a 75% success rate in matching both male and female companions. I was happy when she made it clear that her company didn’t want to waste my time or that of my dates.”
The Result: Steamy Affairs and 100% Satisfaction
Megan continues to use our services and has even referred her friends who have been yearning to get the spark back into their lives.
“I’m happy to report that I’m having fun and experiencing great lovemaking with some wonderful men. Every situation is clean and hygienic under a no-strings-attached arrangement. It’s also comforting to have a mutual understanding of my curfew times which include not calling after 5 pm on weekdays and never at the weekend.”
We are thrilled Megan is having such a positive experience with our members. If you are also yearning for a steamy connection, do not hesitate to contact us. We have a huge database of vetted members.
Learn more on our website or pop into the office on Kent Street for a private chat.
References *1. eSafety Commissioner. Online Dating. Australian Government. 2022. *2. Young, M, Denny, G, Luquis, R & Young, T. Correlates of Sexual Satisfaction in Marriage. The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality. Vol. 7. No. 2. 1998. *3. McCarthy, B. Marital Style and its Effects on Sexual Desire and Functioning Journal of Family Psychotherapy. Vol. 10. No. 3. 1999.