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Rules & Boundaries in Swinger Relationships – Part 2

By October 24, 2017 November 1st, 2017 Swing Lifestyle Videos

This is the continuation on our series for rules and boundaries in swinger relationships. If you missed the first video, here’s the link to Part 1. In this Part 2 video, we’re going to talk about what happens if someone starts pushing the boundaries and doesn’t quite follow the rules and how to let your partner know that you’re uncomfortable with it.

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  • Jackie/John, once again, OUTSTANDING!

    Don’t beat yourself up about it.” Or your partner for that matter. I’m so glad you are reiterating the “Learning Curve” Jackie. I liken that curve to sports, learning a 2nd language, or honestly in the new dating encounters. Are you going to throw your hands up, quit, and say this sports game isn’t for me, or this new language to learn, or she/he isn’t my type after just one, even two attempts!? No, of course not. We are imperfect human beings and we ALL try to walk on an ice-rink on stilts! Hahahaha! Yeah, OUCH! Is it really much different than learning to ride a bike as a young kid?

    Safe words and safe touches/motions are excellent methods of heat-of-the-moment communication. But there’s usually certain moments when you can just flat-out SAY IT — tactfully of course — because the lifestyle is all about raw communication, right? That is what I love about the Swinger and SSC BDSM lifestyles… raw proactive communication. And you know what? If you do it enough, and mess up enough (LOL!), then you learn pretty quick how to manage situations with people, sometimes in hilarious ways which lead to IMPROVED comfort-levels in the future for everyone!

    Fantastic stuff you two. Is there going to be a Part 3? I hope so. (huge warm smile)

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