Originally Posted by tsl1966
Thanks for responding.
That particular rule does make perfect sense if you seriously want to follow the Primary/Secondary role definitions. Doing something outside of your primary committed relationship implies that your primary isn't really your primary. It reduces everyone to a secondary role and very few (if any) relationships can survive that.
False. You should change this statement. Perhaps that's what it means to you, but you may not make that assumption about any, all, most, or many other people's relationships, because frankly, you don't know what you're talking about.