Open relationships dating cheating
Regularly working long hours also minimizes the risk of inciting suspicion.
If you partner normally works late hours, his claim to the effect that he needs to stay at work until late is not a reliable indicator that he is unfaithful.
We're all wired to deal with emotions differently, no one is 100 percent immune to jealousy, and those who pursue more open forms of romantic attachment are unfortunately just as human and vulnerable as those who go the paired off route.
People in open relationships may manage to put a damper on their jealous feelings by considering the main reason in favor of opening up.
As blogger Kristen Sollee aptly puts it: Those unfamiliar with consensual non-monogamy are often incredulous that anyone can survive having multiple partners without being overtaken by the green-eyed monster.
Consider the following fictive example: you and your partner are nearly fantastic together outside of the bedroom and even sometimes inside the bedroom. In the past you acquired some real taste for BDSM, being submissive is a turn-on for you.
Your partner, however, has no interest in BDSM, or he or she also has a strong preference for being sexually submissive.
You would think jealousy would be a major issue in open and polyamorous relationships and marriages.
But for some people jealousy doesn’t arise as long as the partner is not lying, deceiving you or keeping his affairs a secret the way he would if he were committing an act of infidelity.