Anyway, the married man like his supposed competition is afraid of a deeper intimacy as well. In this kind of triangle with two men and a woman, there are instances when the two men fight over the woman. They have this in common. He could be thrown out of the triangle and the married couple could end up fixing their relationship, this could happen. Two people get married and have marital problems, instead of resolving those problems either by fixing the relationship or ending it, which by the way can be a valid resolution of a problem, a third party is brought into the relationship, and now you have a triangle. Her psychological issues are running the show, or more precisely, the triangle. Triangles exist simply because a problem is not being resolved in a marriage.
For a time this may feel freeing and easy. He could be thrown out of the triangle and the married couple could end up fixing their relationship, this could happen. Her psychological issues are running the show, or more precisely, the triangle. It only brings this issue roaring to the surface. This is the kind of situation that ages people. In this kind of triangle with two men and a woman, there are instances when the two men fight over the woman. Another interesting dynamic I find in this kind of triangle is, the married man could be functioning unconsciously in a pseudo-fathering role for himself and his wife. Then he can go after a whole and available single woman. This will take emotional priority over starting a new committed love relationship. My heart goes out to him more than any one else in this arrangement because he is usually the one who gets disturbed first and has more to lose. If sex is kind of weak and the romance is minimal, that could make it easier to create a father-daughter bond out of a husband-wife relationship. As a psychologist, I know that double living is toxic. The common ways in which this kind of triangle falls apart are: Anyway, the married man like his supposed competition is afraid of a deeper intimacy as well. Fundamentally, they are unstable, like three legs on a table. They have this in common. Triangles exist simply because a problem is not being resolved in a marriage. The work needed is usually in the area of developing a better tolerance for love and intimacy by clearing out whatever fears and blockage the guy has in the way. This is when the trouble starts happening. OK, on to the married woman. Something always goes wrong, or at least it should, because triangles usually end up hurting people more than anything else. The married woman has to either recommit herself to her marriage or grieve the loss of it. Instead, defensive stuff happens like distancing from each other or finding another lover to make up for what is not happening in the marriage. Unfortunately, a lower percentage of married women in triangles have that insightful need for change I just described before the triangle falls apart against her will. Unfortunately, most triangulated married women opt for a resurgence of effort and energy into getting better at controlling the double lives they are trying to lead.
Video about boyfreinds watching girlfriends having sex:
You're F***ing My Girlfriend!?!
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