Please move this if in the wrong forum
Ok, so I just wrote this whole post and for some reason it logged me out without saving it. Argh, lol. I am tired so will condense this big time.
Hoping to get a little help, wanting to place a term on the relationship we have, and maybe some advice as well.
Ok, I am a married man to my absolutely awesome wife, and she now has a friend on the side.
She met the friend about a year ago at work. They have become best friends since then. They talk about absolutely everything and got each other through a rough patch. Not that I didn't either, but sometimes you need friends you can talk to besides your spouse.
About 2 months ago, she went over to his place and they had kind of their first date. They have been together about 4 more times since then. (And are together tonight as I write this
He knows she is married to me, and I am great with all of this. It has opened us up alot, and added a whole new level of pure awesomeness to our relationship. Hard to explain, but I'm sure you guys know what I am talking about.
I have not officially met him yet, but from what she tells me, he is an absolutely great guy. And I am 100% comfortable with them being together. I know he will take care of her in every possible way.
The only thing I don't know of yet is, How long does he want to keep this going? Will he commit to this long term? I know you guys can't answer those ones
So, what would you call this relationship that we have as a group of 3? Myself, My wife, and basically her boyfriend
Also, how do you think I could go about asking him if he wants more, and kind of getting him to commit to more. He is a very sweet and caring guy from what I gather, and I just don't know if he wants this long term or not. But I would love to have him over here from time to time, and not just at his place. Though because we have kids home, it might not lead to any romantic encounters at our place.
I hope you don't think this is too rambling or confusing. Please ask if you have questions
And thanks for any replies!