Threesome or a couple thing

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What if you want to spice up your sex life and your partner is reluctant or looks at things a different way? Who can give a better advise than you? What should she do?

"Not sure if you can help me. Both my partner and I are thinking of trying  threesomes and swinging. My issue is that my partner is looking at things by himself. This has been going on for a long time. I confronted him today and said: "I feel it's all one sided". When I tell him how that what he is doing is affecting me, he gets angry and tells me not to control him. It's supposed to be a couple thing? I need some advice."

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+10 #1 NoLimit 2017-05-31 17:43
Love/trust/comm unication is the key to swinging. I don't know your situation but from what you posted. I don't see the trust/communica tion part.

I believe you two need to step back from the LS, and work on your communication and trust with your partner.
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+2 #2 Pocahontas 2017-06-03 07:39
I totally agree that you have to step out of the Lifestyle. You may get in deeper problems if you don't fix your communication with each other. You both need to know what's going on.
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