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Risks That Come With Having More Than One Partner At A Time

The idea that committing to one person at a time leaves you vulnerable is one that most of us are familiar with.

Questions like, What if they dump you or something goes wrong in the relationship? How do you survive? But in reality, appearances can be deceiving. Even if having multiple partners at once can seem like a good idea because of the perceived security it provides, there are superior reasons to limit yourself to just one person.

It can destroy your relationship

To the best of my knowledge, no one has ever been completely honest with their spouse about the fact that they were also seeing someone else. Conventional wisdom suggests keeping one primary and one secondary piece as insurance. Have you ever given any thought to what may happen if your main partner discovered you had been unfaithful? Having someone's trust is no easy task, but it doesn't take long to lose it either.

You are likely to have multiple s£xual partners

Some people only intend to have a platonic relationship with their side piece and keep him close by in case their primary partner breaks up with them, but this often turns into something more passionate. It's always preferable to err on the side of caution because life rarely goes according to plan. Do not put yourself in a position where you have to emotionally and s£xual cheat on your lover by having multiple relationships.

You are exposed to STIs

Multiple personal relationships with different men raises the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection (STI) since, let's face it, you don't really trust these other individuals. You have no idea of their whereabouts, activities, or associates.

You can destroy your dating life for good

If you try to play too many people, sooner or later someone is going to figure it out and drop you for good. Have you ever pondered the mystery of why some of the most attractive people you know aren't taken? Because no one was ready to take a chance on them, that's why, in most cases.

You endanger your mind

It's possible that you won't immediately recognize the repercussions of your acts, but you'll likely come to regret them as time passes, and by that point, it may be too late to make amends. The truth is that your mental health can be profoundly impacted by the status of your relationship. Because of our heightened sensitivity, some of us must guard against letting any unfavorable experience leave an impression on our thoughts.

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