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Some couples have other long term partners. Some couples engage in intimate activity with other people as a couple, but other couples prefer to keep their extra-marital activities completely separate from their partner. On the contrary, many people in open relationships say that the choice to sleep with other people made their relationship stronger than ever.
Some even go as far as to say that deciding to have an open marriage saved their marriage. Curious about what it's like to be a woman in an open relationship or marriage? Check out these confessions from women in open relationships to see what it's really like. We love sharing all our juicy details with each other! All about honesty and communication!
Talking to each other is absolutely essential to a successful open relationship. All open couples have different rules about how much they share with each other. Some couples tell each other every little detail of their adventures with other partners.
For some, these details are a huge turn on. For others, they're just a necessity of feeling comfortable with their partner's intimate decisions. Other couples have a 'don't ask, don't tell' policy. They don't want to know about anything their partner is doing outside of their own bedroom. However, communication is still essential in these relationships. Couples with multiple partners or who casually date other people need to be really transparent about scheduling so no one feels blown off or left in the dark.
No matter what the rules are about sharing details of intimate encounters, open and honest communication is super important to a successful open relationship. We are absolutely in love, but both want freedom to play with others.
Couples who decide to open up their relationship often love each other very much. People in successful open marriages often talk about how the trust they built in their monogamous marriage allowed them to handle an open marriage. If they weren't able to trust that they loved each other enough to always come back to the relationship, then the open relationship would not be successful.
They also talk about how their primary partner, the one that they were in a relationship with to begin with, is their end all be all. Even though they like sleeping with other people, they're always happy to go home to their primary partner. Sleeping with other people, dating other people, or even having another long term partner, sometimes called a secondary or tertiary, does not mean that a person loves their primary partner any less.
It just means they have the freedom to explore their intimate and romantic needs and wants with other people. I'm so glad my husband has accepted me for me: A lot of people believe that humans aren't meant to be monogamous.
They believe that monogamy is a social construct that traps people and forces them in to relationship dynamics that are suffocating and unnatural. So often relationships run in to problems because one partner doesn't feel accepted for who they really are.
This can be compounded if they feel like their true self is being harshly judged. People who are not made for monogamy are not aberrant, they're just different and there's nothing wrong with that. Allowing them to explore an open relationship is allowing them to be their true selves and honoring their intimate needs.
It's totally normal for partners to have completely different sex drives. If one partner cannot accommodate their partner's sex drive, allowing them to explore with others can remove tension from the relationship cause by different needs.
As long as both partners can adjust to being non-monogamous, the switch to an open relationship can allow both partners to feel like they're living their authentic lives.
When my husband and I were in an open marriage it save my marriage, before it I felt so frustrated and trapped. We're all taught that monogamy is the norm. We're supposed to fall in love, get married, and be with that one person for the rest of our lives. So, we try to be monogamous because we're supposed to.
For a lot of people, this is a really painful experience. They feel trapped by the limitations of monogamy and they feel awful for wanting to be with someone other than their partner.
They feel like they're a bad partner and something must be wrong with them. Their marriage can begin to suffer. It can be really difficult to ask your monogamous partner for an open relationship. You both went in to the relationship with the expectation of monogamy and asking for something different could go poorly.
But if your marriage is about to end because of the strain of being monogamous, what do you really have to lose? You could find that your partner feels the same way. I have the freedom I need, and the stability at home that most people envy.
It's the best of both worlds: You know that saying about having your cake and eating it too? Well with an open relationship that's pretty much what you're doing. A lot of people believe that there's no way to have your cake and eat it too; something will always go wrong. This is the common assumption about open relationships. Having a long term partner at home and dating other people sounds too good to be true, so it must be, right? Somebody will get jealous, one partner will leave the relationship for someone they're dating or sleeping with, or the relationship will just fall apart from lack of investment.
None of this has to be true. Yes, it takes a lot of work and a lot of good planning, but people in open relationships can definitely enjoy the best of both worlds. This means we redefined the rules to work for us.
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