Your significant other or husband asked you to have a threesome, what do you say?
Intimacy should be between two people because adding a third person means problems, drama, and uncontrollable emotions. With the first one asking yourself, why would you want another woman in your bedroom with your husband or significant other?
Even if the date provides more fizzle than sizzle, you’ll have something to look forward to when it’s over.
Here is a question that I have heard from couples and friends.
Expecting a blind date to lead to love isn’t fair for either of you, nor is showing up with a pessimistic attitude. Instead of worrying about who you’ll be meeting tonight, ask yourself what you’re looking for in a relationship.
Promise yourself a small indulgence after the date, whether it’s a bubble bath, drinks with a close friend, or watching your favourite movie in bed.
You might have an idea about what conversation topics to initiate, or what to order (or not) for dinner. Not only will it take your mind off the date, it will give you something to talk about when your date asks you about your day. If it will put your mind at ease, ask that friend to text/call at a certain time to check in on you — and to help with an exit strategy if things have gone south. Make a good impression and arrive five minutes early.
Be open minded and give your date a fair chance — without putting any pressure on him to be Mr. The clearer you are about what you need in a partner, the more accurately you’ll be able to assess the date and/or potential the two of you might have as a couple. Let a friend know about the date, including the who, where and when.
Why would you share such intimate and private moment with a stranger or even a friend. Let's review perfect example not to do open that door.