For a woman to become sexually uninhibited, embodying sexual variety, learning striptease, lap dance, belly dance, massage, focusing on resistance training and doing intensive cardio, buying outfits and glamming herself, and studying self-development is literally a full time job.
If you expect a woman to be your wicked Mistress after coming home from a full time job she dislikes, particularly if she has children, you’re expecting too much from her.
Not only will she not want to exercise or take a dance class, she’ll rather sit down and fuzz out in front of the television than dress herself up and be your sexually willing and enthusiastic lover.
If you’re married or living together, encourage her to work a part time job at something that she truly enjoys and that brings her meaning, rather than working full time.
That way she’ll enjoy her work, be happy and energized when she comes home, and be in the right mood and have the time to focus on being a fully sexual woman, to practice her dance, workout, and prepare herself in the evenings to sexually please and connect with you in every way.
Will this mean a drop in the household income?
Most people today believe that having a little more money would make them happier. But the research shows again and again that after basic needs like food and shelter are met, extra material wealth has little or no effect on one’s life satisfaction or happiness.
For extremely poor people in poorer countries, money does make a difference to their happiness. Without any money at all, life can be miserable. Extra money can mean the difference between eating, seeing the doctor, having a place to sleep, or getting a ride to visit friends.
For everyone else however, the effect of extra money is small because money is spent on bigger or better cars, houses, and holidays. A boost in income or possessions can make us happy temporarily, but we soon adapt and begin lusting after the next raise again. People buy things because they think material goods will give them pleasure, but in fact, according to all scientific studies, they make very little difference in our lives.
It sounds counterintuitive. We assume that having more money will mean we can do more things, have more time, be more respected in people’s eyes, be more attractive. So why doesn’t increased income increase our happiness?
You cannot purchase good health and physical fitness– one needs the free leisure time to exercise and do physical activities.
You cannot purchase sexual intimacy – a couple needs the free leisure time and the energy that comes with it to explore their sexuality and try new things like Blissnosis.
We are really seeking nonmaterial goals such as human and social relationships, sex and intimacy, and doing activities where pursuing relationships is the main activity. Those are the things that make us happy, not having more money.
So if the choice is giving her the free time to blossom and grow herself into your Mistress and developing your relationship, choose that over the money and long work hours. Don’t get spellbound by the hype and commercials that you need a bigger house or car to be “successful” or to live up to other people’s expectations.
Encourage her to work part time in a job that she enjoys and gives her meaning so that she has the time and energy afterward to become physically fit, dance, and pleasure and connect with you. Or better encourage her to stop working altogether so that she can fully devote herself to the arts of the Bacchanali.
In the long run, she can even become a professional fitness trainer, masseuse, or dance instructor, charging up to $100 an hour for her time, or expand her part time work that she loves into a fulltime business and make even more money than before at something she truly enjoys doing.