Should You Try an Open Relationship?
Trust, there are pros and cons on each side.
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Three’s Company - Researchers estimate that about eight million couples are non-monogamous. Should you and your partner join them? Here, the pro and cons of extending your twosome. By Kenrya Rankin (Photo: BraunS/ Getty Images)
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PRO: You Get to Try Something New - Been wanting to see what’s beneath those gray sweats on that new dude at the gym? Now is your chance. (Photo: JGI/Jamie Grill/Getty Images)
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CON: He Gets to Try Something New - Of course, that means he also gets to try something new. You’ll have to be willing to accept that the door swings both ways. (Photo: JGI/Tom Grill/Getty Images)
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PRO: You Can Get Your Needs Met - It can be unrealistic to expect one person to attend to your every need for the rest of your life. If bae’s stroke game is fantastic but he’s lacking in the head department, this could be your chance to get your oral fix. (Photo: JGI/Jamie Grill/Getty Images)
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CON: Jealousy Is a Green-Eyed 'Becky With the Good Hair' - That is, it’s a b***h. When faced with the real prospect of him spending time with another woman, you might realize you truly are not built to share. (Photo: HBO)
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