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An open relationship is basically when both the partners are open to having physical relationships with people other than each other. The idea of an open relationship is confusing for many? Open relationships are also something that is more of a social stigma in our society, still many people do believe in and practice it. A lot of couples opt for open relationships for its no-strings-attached policy but end up adding more complications in their lives. Also, there are couples who opt for an open relationship at first but end up going back to monogamy after some time. Watch this video to find out what could happen on your first night.
We know what you're thinking. Why opt for an open relationship when you have each other? A lot of times, people mistake infidelity with polygamy. Cheating on your partner and having physical relationships outside your relationship are two completely different things. Well, in this video, Dr. Shyam Mithiya, sexologist and psychiatrist, answers all your questions and clears all the confusion about open relationships. What do you think of open relationships? Write to us or post your thoughts in the comments below. Don't forget to subscribe and share this video.
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