Citation: Reconnected. "Marital Therapy: An Experience with MDMA, Cannabis, Sildenafil & Alcohol (exp102192)". Erowid.org. May 15, 2016. erowid.org/exp/102192
My husband and I work different shifts, while taking care of two small children. It's tense sometimes - the place is a mess, neither of us has the energy to keep up on it. All our 'goodness' is flowing out to the kiddos all the time, with not much left for each other.
We're still perfectly matched as a couple - other than the odd little fantasy about zipless fucks from strangers (which don't happen) I have no thoughts of straying or leaving. We don't really fight, we're just both too tired to love.
For New Year's eve, we decided to stay in and play with 'love drugs.' Kids had a sleepover at Grandma's.
We started at 4:45 pm with half each of a 225 mg bag of brown sugar MDMA. A few beers, some vaped weed, and sitting on the floor talking about business. (We are connected to several businesses, one which we share.) Then the love and appreciation kicked in.
We discussed old hurts. Changes over the years. 5 year plans. How great our kids are. He complimented me on my hair, and brushed it for me. Then came the sex. We probably should have taken the viagra much earlier, as it made it impossible to come, but we fucked with such joy and abandon that it made up for more than a year of hardly any. (We'd experienced infertility/miscarriage trying to conceive our second child, and it took more than two years of scheduled sex to make it happen. It can suck the joy out of any sex life.) The best part of it, it was all silly and fun, not carrying any weight of past disappointment.
Then we went outside to smoke a joint. Came in, took a lovely shower together. Then watched a visually stunning historical movie. Both in bed, sleeping, by midnight. Which was perfect for our new years eve celebration. Start the new year with a good night's sleep.
It was lovely. I think this shit could save marriages.
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