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Tonight we talking with It's Real Radio about the merits and the long terms effects of open relationships. I guess this is an important topic given the average love relationship in 2014 lasted about 2 years. Are more flexible agreements the answer to making our love connections last? Are 20 year plus marriages a thing of the past?
An open relationship is essentially having your cake and eating it too, romantically speaking. When two people agree to be in an open relationship, they admit they love and care about each other but mutually agree that they want to see other people too. Oftentimes those in an open relationship consider themselves to be in love with each other, but they can have lesser attachments and sexual relationships outside of their main love interest without any ill effects on their primary relationship.
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How do you feel about open relationships? That's what we will be discusing on today's show! We will also be introducing our newest member of the TFA family, comedian Super Star Tony Waters AKA Tony Wild!! He will bless us with his Man Talk segment. You dont want to miss that! Also do all men cheat? We will talk about that and other relationship topics!! Plus are Love and Hip Hop recap and more tune-in!!!
Yesterday IRTR was invited to "The Ebony Empress Show" to discuss (Part 1) of Open Relationships and their effects. The question we were all presented with was "Could open relationships be the future for happy love connections?" Most of us shared similar views but not all the same. With such a controversial discussion at hand, it was only right that we continued Part 2 here on "It's Real Talk Radio."
The term "Open Relationship" can be somewhat misleading, so on Part 1 we discussed the definition of an open relationship, because in order to know if this dating style is for you, there must be a comprehensible acknowledgement of the term. Of course this led to other dating related discussions as this group discussion began to heat up, which leads us here 24 hours later for Part 2.
Joined by Ebony of "The Ebony Empress Show" and her co-host Lady Tee, picking up where we left off yesterday, the same question is still on the table: Can open relationships be the future for happy love connections? Join us to hear our views. Call in # 347-838-9540
Here's the link to hear Part 1
Our society has changed. There are those who believe that monogamy is a thing of the past. Some, if not many, have embraced open relationships. Before we rush to judge, let's consider both sides of the issue. Listen to this re-broadcast, in which Real, Relevant, and Raw takes an honest look at what, for many, is a viable alternative to monogamy: Open relationships.
Dreadful open relationships...or are they? Tonight we'll be discussing the pro's & con's of obtaining and maintaining an open relationship. Have you been in one and did it work for you? If not, could you ever see yourself in one? Is it just not your cup of tea? What if your partner was interested in an open relationship and you were not...what will your options become?!
Tune in tonight to explore the topic with us! You won't want to miss out. Want to call in and give your opinion? Call us, (646) 595-3010.
Disclaimer: The content of this show may not be appropriate for individuals under the age of 17.
Tonight. We will discuss the pros and con's of open and long distance relationship.
Join me tonight for Relationship Tuesday Edition. Relationships can be very simple, unique, yet sometimes very complexed with the things we do and the things we allow in our relationships. The topics we share for discussion will be difficult for some, the questions and even some very contraversial answers. I will have weekly round table discussions each Tuesday night at 7:30 on Got Controversy Radio FM 69 (347) 857-2124 "Remember it is Controversy Never Personal'.
In recent years there have been number of celebrities whopublicly released that they participate in "open relationships" with their significant other. Researchers suggest that open relationships are on the rise, becoming more popular by the year. Are open relationships the wave of the future? Are open relationships justified? Or Are open relationships just the next "ghetto" trend?