Women advice dating relationships
Know that love is very real and occasionally messy, and most importantly, do what makes you and your partner happy. You love her, you really do, but sometimes you'd like some . With about 50% of marriages ending in divorce, many reporting infidelity as the reason, some couples are challenging the boundaries of traditional relationships in order to keep the spark.The truth of the matter is there is no science to the perfect relationship.
And men, don't expect to stumble across a Louboutin that's going to lead your to your princess."Having an open relationship can work really well for some people," he says."However, as people, we're also inclined to be sexually jealous of a partner being with someone else, and from a biological standpoint, we're resistant to that partner having another relationship." "Usually, you see open relationships in one of two situations," says relationship expert and nationally syndicated Radio Chick Leslie Gold.Both types of relationships can survive, but you have a lot of minefields to overcome to make it happen." Philip Gale*, a 28-year-old Hollywood agent who lives in Los Angeles, learned that the hard way.He knew his girlfriend, Elizabeth*, wasn't faithful, but he came to terms with it—or so he thought—because she always brought home girls for him. I never had a relationship like that, but then it started to get to me," he says. I didn't like that she wanted to share me." Although they still hook up every now and then (extra girl included), Philip and Elizabeth are no longer together.