Just about any area that you cannot explore for whatever reason needs an outlet.
Some people find it in friendships or in hobbies, yet others need human beings to fulfil those potentials.
They pledge to love and cherish each other in different ways every year. What if you were to accept that monogamy may not be natural to human beings?
What if you were to work so hard on your marriage that trust levels were ridiculously high, so that you could step out of your marriage -- within limits -- and explore what’s out there for you?
I fear a dating app for married people will then encourage people to seek only sex elsewhere, leaving those at home possibly deprived. Schools are open once more (maybe that’s what I should have written about instead of taking off on dating websites for married people, eh?
) and we are all trying really hard not kill the next person who pisses us off: routines need to be brought back in place, shopping for new things, getting used to new bus routes and friends may be. Here’s our take on how to stay two steps ahead of the back to school grind.
Being single and in yours 30s gives you a certain perspective that being single in your 20s doesn’t.
But Facebook has confirmed to us that Carter is working on the new dating service, and the company declined to say what he is doing.
The rare time that I am in a relationship, I get the best of both worlds. And for better or for worse, we are wired, as human beings, to constantly look for excitement -- be that in our work, hobbies, friendships, partnerships, marriages -- everywhere.
Therefore, what a website like Gleeden does is allow you to explore parts of you that you cannot with your partner -- those could be sexual, emotional, intellectual, physical.
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Last week, an interesting piece of news did the round on my twitters. As someone who is conflicted about marriage all the time -- I like the companionship, intimacy and emotional security that comes with marriage but heavily dislike politics of power and compromising on my time and space -- I wondered about how this would pan out for scores of people around me.