Dating another man
In situations where people who are monogamous say ‘O.k., we’ll be able to work it out’ and their partner alludes to ‘I know what you’re saying, but I’m going to start seeing other people anyway,’ they typically do not succeed.” For those who present with a willingness to try open relating, their reasons vary but may often include incompatible sex drives.Menzise says he has seen many situations where one partner feels inadequate in a sense of not being experienced enough or not lasting long enough such as with a wife who may have a higher sex drive.This DWM label fits quite a few—some of whom I have known for years.For some men and their partners, this lifestyle is more than acceptable.Yet she is concerned that her husband still dates the same two women whereas she stays active “going through phases” between women and men alike.Mys Quiraa says of her husband, “He’s so hard to please. Our relationship is really moreso about him wanting me to have fun.” She acknowledges that it makes her feel good, “but it also makes me feel guilty.To Seku, “Traditional relating is just not matching up. Some men look elsewhere in order to feel like they’re not dying.They want to reproduce what they felt when they first met their wife.
I also believe we all deserve to feel we have the power of making a choice.But some guys feel they’re providing more pleasure.And seeing someone else pleasuring provides security.” Seku presents progressive love as being the way to security.For them, the solution is needs met but without letting the wife know.” Seku suggests both parties practice being open.That is, “free and open to date other people, and connect organically.” According to Seku the best approach is when authenticity is key. Jeff Menzise, Doctor of Clinical Psychology and couples coach, is often referred and requested as a neutral party-mediator between couples considering opening up their relationship as a form of enhancement.