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    How to accept that my girlfriend wants an open relationship

    Answer (1 of 50): This could mean two things: 1. You are not satisfying her as a man. She wants to explore who else she can get while keeping you as a back-up. Several things to consider to get her be exclusive with you: 2. 1. Stop chasing her. Keep yourself busy with hobbies, career, school. 2...

    How can I accept that my girlfriend wants an open relationship?

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    M.S. Chemical Engineering, P.E.Author has 176 answers and 1.9M answer views3y

    Originally Answered: My girlfriend wants an open relationship. What should I do?

    This could mean two things:

    You are not satisfying her as a man. She wants to explore who else she can get while keeping you as a back-up. Several things to consider to get her be exclusive with you:

    Stop chasing her. Keep yourself busy with hobbies, career, school.

    Stop texting and calling her 100 times a day. That suffocates her. She feels like you are being controlling and needy. The more you text and talk on the phone, the more familiar you become = boring. This also means that you are making your woman a life purpose. Don’t. She is a great companion for your life purpose. But your life purpo

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    What should I do? My girlfriend wants a one sided open relationship? Its for her to have sex with other people but doesn’t want me to have sex with other people.

    How can a couple who love each other still want an open relationship? I just can't imagine looking at my partner and know they are having sex with other people, and not being hurt by that.

    My girlfriend and I decided to try an open relationship while we are apart, but I'm having a hard time. What should I do to feel better about things?

    Franklin Veaux

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    Originally Answered: My girlfriend wants an open relationship. What should I do?

    Decide what you want. Do you want an open relationship?

    If you do, splendid! You’re good to go.

    If you don’t, then you and your partner are fundamentally incompatible. End the relationship and find someone who wants the same thing you do.

    Nancy Crawford

    Former Recovering from C-Ptsd, raising my kids best I canAuthor has 216 answers and 165.1K answer views3y

    Originally Answered: My girlfriend wants an open relationship. What should I do?

    Move on. She's playing you. Open relationships are a selfish/ narccisstic person's way of using you and looking for a new supply.

    Patrick McLoughlin

    Private Investigator (2010–present)Author has 206 answers and 64K answer views2y

    You know I've faced what you went through. Long story short my ex wanted to open the relationship, I said no, she said dump me or open the relationship. I said okay I'll open the relationship by dumping your slutty ass. Haven't seen her since. Hell she was the last I dated since I went MGTOW five years ago. Spared me a lot of bullshit.

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    Mark Judge

    Apple Service EngineerAuthor has 156 answers and 221.5K answer views3y

    Originally Answered: My girlfriend wants an open relationship. What should I do?

    I dislike most of the answers here.

    I takes a lot of courage to ask your partner for an open relationship, I know because I have done it.

    Firstly and most importantly it is vital that you know that her asking this question does not neccecerily mean she finds you inadequate or is falling out of love with you.

    I love my wife BUT I still crave another partner, it is possible for non-monogamists like myself to feel loving feelings for more than one person!

    So, what should you do? Read the book More Than Two before you judge her.

    Then when you have read that book, you need to decide if non-monogamy is s

    Corrie Wice

    Lives in Oakville, ONAuthor has 13K answers and 5.1M answer views3y

    Originally Answered: My girlfriend wants an open relationship. What should I do?

    This should make you very sad. This means she does not love you. A woman in love could not bear for the man she loves to be in the arms of any other woman, and never - sexual intimacy. What she is suggesting is promiscuity - indiscriminate sex with several others. Why be in a relationship with you?

    I don’t know how you view this; but, can you bear to know your partner was having sex with just any other man? How would this work? Will her dates come to pick her up and you entertain them while she gets ready? Will you be expected to deliver her to her date’s lair? What if she falls in love with on

    Theseas Zeytinoglu

    8+ years construction superintendent Author has 899 answers and 998.3K answer views4y

    Well. You can start by not taking it personally.

    She's not doing this to hurt you.

    She's doing it because it's how she's wired. She obviously cares about you deeply because she's with you. It's just that this is how her sexuality works.

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    She told me she wanted to open the relationship after 7 years : TrueOffMyChest

    18.8k votes, 1.4k comments. After 7 years, she told me she wanted to open the relationship. Told me she decided she was poly and wanted to explore …

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    She told me she wanted to open the relationship after 7 years

    After 7 years, she told me she wanted to open the relationship. Told me she decided she was poly and wanted to explore that side of her. Tried to frame this as if it's not just her wanting to fuck other men by claiming this is an "emotional" deficiency in our relationship like that makes it any better. She's been unemployed for 2 and a half fucking years. 2 and a half years I've worked 50 hours a week to support her ungrateful ass so she can sit home and do nothing but play video games and shit talk me to people online who apparently agree I'm not enough for her. She doesn't clean, doesn't do anything for the two damn dogs she brought into the relationship, doesn't do anything for me but unenthusiastic sex once in a while. She didn't even ask me, this was not a question. She just said that she wanted to open the relationship and acted like I was just going to have to go along with it. If anything, that selfish bitch is the reason this relationship has been emotionless for some time. She even tried to shame and guilt me when I said i'm not ok with this. Tried to tell me that "no one man can fufil everthing she needs," "think of it like a puzzle, you're only one peice that fits to make me whole," and that I need to stop taking it personally. The only funny thing about this whole situation was how quick that manipulative bitch changed her tune when I told her to get the fuck out. Go find "her puzzle peice" who will support her finacially because i'm done. Her shaming quickly turned to her appologizing and begging me to stay with her. Only funnier thing was when she showed even more emotion when I told her she can't take the computer I paid for with her when she went to stay with her parents.

    This was just the straw that broke the camels back, but it stings none the less.

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    Log In Sign Up level 1 CaptainBritain11 · 3 mo. ago · edited 3 mo. ago

    Glad you realised you should drop her, sounds like you could have easily done it long ago

    Life’s short mate so crack on however you want and enjoy it

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    OP · 3 mo. ago

    Knew that this relationship was only really benefiting her for a while now. I stayed with her for a variety of reasons, mostly because I convinced myself it was better to be with her than alone.

    This was just the final wake-up call I needed that it was in fact better to be single than with her.

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    8 more replies level 1 SoupysoupsSoup · 3 mo. ago

    Good for you honestly

    3.1k level 2 i_identify_as_natty · 3 mo. ago

    Yeah I said “fuck yeah!” out loud when I saw that he kicked her out lol

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    level 2 CaptainBignuts · 3 mo. ago

    Yep. I read way too many stories on Reddit where the dude falls for this bullshit and a few months later he's posting because the love of his life has a never-ending line of dick coming to the house while he's babysitting the kids.

    That was oddly specific, wasn't it?

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    level 1 More-Ice-4447 · 3 mo. ago Huge W 117 level 1 sinking3 · 3 mo. ago W for leaving her 102 level 1 Mad_Cowboy_64 · 3 mo. ago

    Good for you. Change the locks and pack her stuff to come pick up. Someone that selfish can’t be trusted not to steal or vandalize property on the way out.

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    OP · 3 mo. ago

    Got the locks repinned the day after her ass moved in with her parents.

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    level 2 capo4ever88 · 3 mo. ago · edited 3 mo. ago

    Make sure the police are present for this. They actually advised when a family member or spouse is asked to leave to have them present as to have witnesses available in case anything escalates. My grandmother had to do this with our cousin because he's a drug addicted short fuse

    57 level 2 Stinkydew · 3 mo. ago

    pack her stuff to come pick up

    What do you mean? She hasn't worked in 2 and a half years, he likely bought it. Its his stuff

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    1 more reply level 1 ComeOnCharleee · 3 mo. ago

    Hate to be the one to tell you this, but based on the post title, her side of the relationship has likely been open before this request.

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    PlasticGrapefruit127

    OP · 3 mo. ago

    I don't doubt that. I believe she's never cheated on me physically but I know for a fact she's been messaging guys online who she wants to fuck. I could be wrong, maybe she did go and slut around. But wasting any more time worrying about her is time wasted.

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    7 more replies level 1 _bobloblaw50_ · 3 mo. ago

    That sucks. She spent way too much time alone on the internet where her emotions were affirmed by niche communities.

    Did you guys have kids?

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    What to Do If Your Partner Wants an Open Relationship

    Open relationships have pros and cons. Here's what to take into consideration before agreeing to date someone in an open relationship.

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    There are many different types of relationships, and if you’re currently in one that’s committed and monogamous, you may have questions about how to proceed if your partner wants an open relationship.

    To better understand, process, and proceed, it’s important to know what an open relationship actually entails. Both polyamory expert Elisabeth Sheff, Ph.D., and sex therapist Isadora Alman define an open relationship as one in which partners are free to engage in sexual, emotional, and/or romantic endeavors with other people outside the relationship. A study published in 2018 estimated that 4–5 percent of North Americans were involved in a consensual non-monogamous relationship.1 Although non-monogamy remains widely stigmatized in its social perception, a study in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships suggests that partners in open relationships are equally as satisfied and happy as those in monogamous relationships.2

    MEET THE EXPERT

    Isadora Alman, MFT, CST, is a relationship therapist and sexologist with over 35 years in the industry. She is the author of the syndicated sex column Ask Isadora.

    Elisabeth Sheff, Ph.D., is an academic expert on polyamory and polyamorous families. She is the author of When Someone You Love Is Polyamorous: Understanding Poly People and Relationships.

    If nonmonogamy is a new concept to you, your head might be spinning. Spend some time reflecting on your romantic goals and what you want out of your relationship. Being honest with yourself and your partner could save you time and heartache in the future, or open the door to a new level of fulfillment. With this in mind, if your partner is pushing for an open relationship, it’s up to you to decide if you’re comfortable with it or if you should close the door on your time with this person.

    Read on to determine if an open relationship is the right kind of relationship for you.

    Know Your Partner's Reasons

    If your partner wants to have an open relationship, they should clearly explain the reasons why this is the case. Perhaps they've failed at monogamy in the past and would rather be upfront and open about their endeavors rather than having to sneak around. Or perhaps they feel as though their needs aren’t currently being met and want to look outside your relationship to fulfill these desires.

    "Most often, one of the two is simply feeling confined," says Alman. "Sex within the couple is dull; one is not getting his or her needs met, not only for variety but perhaps for a certain predilection the partner won’t indulge." Once you fully understand why your partner is interested in having an open relationship in the first place, you can make a more informed decision regarding if, or how, to continue.

    Understand Open Relationships Versus Cheating

    An open relationship is distinctly different from cheating in that there is no secrecy, dishonesty, or subversion. By definition, an open relationship requires a consensual agreement by both partners to engage in relations with people outside the primary relationship.

    Evaluate Your Interest in Being With Other People

    Upon hearing your partner’s reasons for wanting an open relationship, it’s important to ask yourself if you also feel as though you’d like to pursue other options outside of your current relationship. If the answer is “yes,” then an open relationship may be something worth trying, especially since you and your partner can both be with other people while being totally open and honest with one another.

    When one person has agreed to consensual nonmonogamy under duress…the challenges become far more intense than they would be if everyone involved was truly consenting.

    But Sheff shares a word of warning: "When one person has agreed to consensual nonmonogamy under duress—either they have been bullied or badgered until they give in, or they feel like they can’t say 'no' but really do not want to be in an open relationship—the challenges become far more intense than they would be if everyone involved was truly consenting."

    Weigh the Possibility of One-Sided Monogamy

    If you’re not interested in being with other people, ask yourself if you’d be okay with your partner going outside of your relationship while you remain monogamous. "That is where one wants or expects a monogamous relationship, is happy within those bonds, and the other partner isn’t," explains Alman. "If some sort of settlement can be negotiated—only casual outside sex and no love affairs or only when out of town, etc.—there can be a truce."

    Keep in mind that there are open relationships where this is the case, and you have to be honest with yourself if this is something that you’d be able to handle. If you’re someone who tends to get jealous, then having to share your partner with others may not be the best choice for you.

    Assess the Pros of an Open Relationship

    Open relationships allow people to open up to new experiences and satisfy any curiosities they may wish to explore without sacrificing the bond of the primary relationship. A consistent sense of novelty, increased opportunities for connection, chances to try different fantasies, and introductions to desires they hadn't considered are all possible with open relationships. They can also be a positive alternative for partners that want to explore their sexualities, lack sexual compatibility, or experience arousal from their partner engaging in sexual acts with others.

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