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it can only happen if you allow it to happen.Always keep your line of communication open between yourselves. If you have any feelings towards another couple we would be the first to say break it off.

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I don't think we can express it any better than Shorecpl but we'll chime in as an even longer married and lifestyle couple. (25+years). The challenges we've faced in marriage were never affected either positively or negatively by the lifestyle. However, there were times when we took a break from the lifestyle because we were in a particularly challenging time and we new for us it necessitated focusing only on each other and our family. But we also pulled away from a lot of our more mainstream socializing for the same reason. Best to you!

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Since my wife and I have been swinging for a relatively short time, I cannot answer your questions directly. But, from my experience through "life," I think I can offer a few pithy observations. But please remember, free advice is *exactly* what you pay for it.

First and foremost, from your post and looking at your profile, it appears you are communicating on an emotional level very successfully – I congratulate you for that, and adjure you to keep it up. This tool will provide relief from 80% of all the pitfalls you are likely to face in the coming years.

And, now, for the bad news: you’ve got such a long road to hoe! You’re both young and you have so much changing to do in the next twenty years! Many things will go wrong, and you’re going to have to live through them – hopefully as a couple.

And now, for more good news. The things that break couples up usually have little to do with sex. If the marriage is good, it can survive so many things that stress it – financial woes, the presence or absence of children, the loss of loved ones, cheating on the part of one spouse, etc. So, in my humble opinion, if you have a good relationship, I would think that swinging would have little to do with your attachment to each other.

The key will be to remember that the most important person in your life is your spouse, not your mother, father, best friend, or someone you like to go to bed with. Communicate with him, pay attention to her needs, and be ready to modify any behavior of yours that doesn’t help the relationship.

I do hope this helps. .

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TOPIC: Would a long term swinging relationship have an impact on a our relationship
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