Daniel Linder, MFT

Have an affair if my sexual needs are not being met as an LGBT individual in my relationship

Whether gay, bisexual, or heterosexual, you need to discuss the rules of engagement or the parameters of the relationship concerning monogamy, extramarital affairs, and going outside of the relationship for sex. You need to establish what the expectations are, what each person’s needs are, to what extent each person’s needs are being met, and what kind of alternatives or solutions might exist in order to achieve greater levels of fulfillment. This is a conversation to have regardless of what your sexual orientation is.

This is a conversation to have that will help both partners get to know each other better, deepen their intimacy, achieve understanding, and support each other’s happiness and total fulfillment in the relationship. It’s a process of communication, and every couple is different. These things need to be hashed out and dealt with. They need to determine what the needs and wants of each partner are, and what they are going to do when there’s frustration and they’re not satisfying each other in certain ways.

By Twoology

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