• Cover: August 20, 2014
  • 9 Ways To Match Without Looking Cheesy
  • 10 Things You Can't Change About a Woman
  • New shopping service makes office-wear effortless
  • Tricks for Cutting Your Makeup Routine in Half
  • Designers Reveal Their Guilty Decor Pleasures
  • Love Lessons From Famous Breakup Letters
  • Gotta Have It: Glo's Latest Obsession

Cheat Without Cheating

Find out if an open relationship is right for you

Page: 3 of 5
  • 2. What is your motivation for wanting this?

    If you are searching for a lifestyle that works for you, and your ideal happens to involve more than one partner in a relationship, then that's great. However, simply trying to seek out a bandage for couple issues is not likely to be the right reason for going into a polyamorous lifestyle. "If you're trying to fix a 'broken' relationship by adding more people," says Senecal, "that's probably not a good reason — and from my experience, often doesn't end well."

    According to Ghose, people who have "struggled in traditional monogamous relationships might be more apt to find polyamory appealing." If it's more of a personal preference, rather than simply you and/or your partner trying to improve things via a new person, then it's more likely you'll actually enjoy polyamory rather than just feeling obligated to adapt to it.

    ON YOURTANGO: 13 Lovable Boyfriends Holding Purses

Cheat Without Cheating
Find out if an open relationship is right for you
http://static.glo.com/photos/Original/154660_Original.jpg
Comments
* When using Facebook Connect your image and name may display on Glo. All privacy settings are controlled by Facebook.

contact us