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Old 10-17-2010, 07:40 PM
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Originally Posted by SNeacail View Post
I have been noticing, that some people have and issue with their partner having sex with someone else, but not an close emotional attachment. While others it is just the oposite, where its ok to have sex, just no emotional involvement. What drives these different view points?
Never as far as I'm concerned. I would take emotional/intellectual involvement over sexual involvement any day.

Originally Posted by PollyPocket View Post
It was the texting, Skyping and phone calls - the emotional connections - that drove me crazy! And the main reason that I would NOT be too eager to try the whole thing or even just a casual sex thing again!!!
Actually, I am on board with this. I wouldn't be able to tolerate a continued emotional connection that goes beyond a set time and place... sex I guess has that and connection doesn't. There would have to be some firm boundaries in place about when is appropriate to act on that connection.
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