Definitions for open relationship
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word open relationship
A romantic and/or sexual relationship in which the people involved are permitted or tolerated to be available to have additional simultaneous romantic and/or sexual relationships.
An open relationship is an interpersonal relationship in which the parties want to be together but agree to a form of a non-monogamous relationship. This means that they agree that a romantic or intimate relationship with another person is accepted, permitted, or tolerated. Generally, an open relationship is when the parties involved have two or more romantic or sexual relationships occurring at the same time either as a short term relationship, such as dating, or long term relationship, such as marriage. The concept of an open relationship has been recognized since the 1970s.
The numerical value of open relationship in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of open relationship in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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I’m always discussing it with my patients, please have an open relationship with me and tell me what you’re taking.
There has always been communication between lenders and authorizers generally, we want it to be more fruitful and more efficient. Some of the stories about lender-authorizer communications betray a certain informality. While you want a friendly open relationship you need to know what the official record is saying and what decisions the authorizing body is making.
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