"It sounds like a complete cop-out, but I felt I wouldn't be happy if I didn't have the freedom to experiment." Although Jake simply figured this phase would pass and he'd eventually stop "experimenting," he didn't realize his wife was doing the same thing. I guess my own guilt forced me to deal with it logically," he says.
That changed the day he spotted an unused condom in her purse. That night they had a long, frank conversation about their relationship.
"However, as people, we're also inclined to be sexually jealous of a partner being with someone else, and from a biological standpoint, we're resistant to that partner having another relationship." "Usually, you see open relationships in one of two situations," says relationship expert and nationally syndicated Radio Chick Leslie Gold.
"There are the kind people engage in because their partner is a rock star or a politician and they're getting something else out of the situation, like status.
"If she gets something she likes, she'll stick with it." "People are stuck on what's normal, what's right, what's wrong," Pitbull adds. A couple from Kansas probably can't even begin to imagine the kind of stuff I've done or the type of relationship I have.
Now, I know they can't come close to what I already have." INDECENT PROPOSAL Kevin johnson* always knew he'd marry a "good girl." He wasn't looking for a virgin, but he wanted someone who'd only been with a couple of guys.You picked the hottest girl at your high school (or at least the hottest one you could get), married her, and enjoyed your small-town life.Jake Scott*, 26, an investment banker originally from Virginia Beach, started getting into trouble the moment he moved to New York City.When his wife was pregnant with their first child, he stopped, but he resumed three months after she gave birth to their son."I felt so bad, but I started to feel like I had made a mistake getting married so young," Jake says.