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Of course, this dynamic can occur the other way around as well: You may long for more and feel hopeful that the sexual part of your friendship will help your friend engage in a more romantic, committed way.You may continue calling the relationship FWB for fear that if your friend knew you wanted more, it would scare them off.When the other person wanders off, you have to pretend not to be heartbroken.FWB is also not an accurate description when it feels like your new friend is imposing an arrangement on you that is convenient for them, at your emotional expense, whether they are aware of that or not.You may have boxed yourself into an FWB title when your feelings no longer remotely reflect that arrangement.Under these circumstances, FWB is not an accurate label, because it does not reflect what you're actually experiencing.That may be more freeing and less constricting than giving the wrong label to what you're trying to create. To use a word as archaic as adultery is so lacking in understanding of a relationship like this.Not labeling a new arrangement, situation, or relationship takes some of the pressure off, sets up more room to get to know each other as friends, and keeps the communication lines open. People have rights over their bodies and who they have relations with.
Or you may have been in a romantic and/or sexual relationship with this person earlier in your life, but now it's morphed into a friendship. As a species you have proven your intentions to be hostile beyond any reasonable doubt. Your a bunch of spineless cowards who haven't a clue as to what your talking about. It still sounds like being in a relationship, nonetheless.The good news is that developing an investment in the "friends" part solidifies your foundation, and can also enhance the benefits. Adultery was against the law a long time ago, but there is a reason it was removed.Mary, as a strong believer in open relationships (I'm in one) and love without boundaries, you go girl :) Call it what you want; that's all semantics (Incidentally, in some places it is still illegal).And because your relationship is mislabeled, it can contribute to feeling less deserving of the feelings you're having.You're hiding what you feel, which delegitimizes any relationship, but since you're "only" an FWB, you're not "allowed" to feel emotionally invested.