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One of the joys of being single is the ability to flirt with whoever catches your eye. Flirting is an art form — one that many people miss when they become part of a couple.
But do you have to give up flirting while you're in a relationship? Or is some innocent flirtation OK as long as it doesn't cross the line? First of all, like all behavior in a relationship, it depends what you and your partner have agreed on. Some partners may agree that they're both fine with each other flirting with other people — or dating other people or sleeping with other people, for that matter.
If you and your partner do not have an explicit agreement that permits flirting, the line is fuzzier. Here are some things to keep in mind if you're thinking about flirting with other people while you're in a relationship. Sometimes, friendliness or outgoingness gets misinterpreted as flirtation.
Being charming is an elegant way of being kind, polite, sexy, and not being overall sexually suggestive or flirty, while still exercising those flirt muscles," says Holmgren. s of genuine platonic affection, giggling, embracing or speaking at a close distance can often be misconstrued as flirting. It's not your fault if this happens to you and you genuinely had no flirtatious intent.
That's the fault of the person who falsely assumed you were romantically interested in them. If you're flirting with someone because you're hoping it will turn into more, you probably shouldn't be doing it. If you're going to flirt with other people, at least don't take the risk that it will get back to your partner. Make it clear that any flirtation you engage in won't escalate by only flirting with people in situations with built-in boundaries. While a bit of light flirting will probably not destroy your relationship, you'll feel better if you discuss your desires with your partner and flirt with their blessing.
You can also discuss whether or not you want to tell each other if you've flirted with other people. So, in short, it's OK to be friendly and maybe even a bit flirtatious if you draw clear boundaries and don't plan to take it further. But it's best to discuss this with your partner rather than sneaking around their back. That way, perhaps you could even enjoy some flirtation and other monogamish activity together.
By Suzannah Weiss. See All Health Relationships Self.Flirting while in a committed relationship
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