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Why if we are in a commited relationship would any sane person want to go through that.
You have that confused with someone who has no moral compass. I don't believe most married people who cheat set out to do so.
My body language etc changes completely when I'm in an exclusive relationship, and if the guy doesn't get it or he chooses not to, he will hear a few words about my being in a committed relationship and thats it. They're not keeping their options open, it's just that an opportunity comes along and they don't pass it up. This is done by people who don't have the guts to end a failing relationship.
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You start freeing up your weekends for this ONE person and investing all your time, energy and affection into this ONE person, which would be cool if you didn’t completely reject the notion of keeping your options open.
Willingness to cheat is cheating..if you're not fvcking someone at the time. It might just mean you'd rather be with than without... It's not a matter of defining "exclusive" -- more a matter of does it really exist?
While i despise it, it is obvious some people want to have their cake and eat it too. And, yes, you are making an assumption that people (women) keep their options open.
I don't think I ever did it on purpose but with my last boyfriend if you listened to how I spoke about him you would have heard things like: "Well, he's pretty cool but it's not really a forever thing" and although we were committed I shouldn't have committed...
it was just a momentary lapse of better judgement because we'd been dating a long time and I hadn't found anything wrong with him and he eventually talked me into exclusivity.