Dating marital separation

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Viken says in the quote above, if a desire to see other people was a primary motivation behind the separation, that may signal that the relationship is too much danger for a temporary "break" to solve.It may imply that the separation is less about re-evaluating the relationship and more about having a chance at guilt-free cheating for a while.It so happens that that is often done via what a relationship and its problems has to teach them. If we say there is, then we deprive people of learning, and hopefully communicating, about how they really feel and also to work through the relationship outside of its imposed rules, which is where two people have the greatest opportunity to come together in honesty as human beings.If that happens, one is much better equipped to decide whether he or she is with the right person.I also think that people are complicated and when you "couple" them it's even worse and can be very hard to figure out.Having been through it myself, I think it's easy to create logical solutions and arguments for all kinds of advice, but in the end, I also think it's about giving people the space to figure themselves out.

But I would have to imagine that intimacy during the separation would make getting back together afterward difficult (although not impossible).Keep in mind that party 2 doesn't want a break, nor are they aware of party 1's actions.Dating while separated, but not divorced is a tricky subject.I don't usually see that much concern about being honest to the person outside the two-some.It would be nice to see concern about the ethics about how the 'other' is treated.

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