We Were On A Break!Ross Geller, Friends
Do you think, taking a break in a relationship works? Have you taken a break? Why do you say it worked or did not work?
I have been on plenty of breaks and it always doesn’t end up like the way I hope it to be. To be honest, breaks are a way of breaking it slow or somehow softens the blow.
What is your ideal “break” in a relationship?
- we stay monogamous but relax expectations on each other and each other’s time
- we can see/date other people
- we can take time to explore sex with other people
- take a break but there is no discussion about seeing other people
Like I said on the first question, I don’t believe in breaks. Either you do it together or do it alone, I’m not the type who waits.
Currently, how many healthy relationships do you have? How many unhealthy or toxic relationships do you have?
I don’t count my relationships; I take them as they come and do my best to keep them. Healthy or unhealthy is a matter of perspective. I’ve been branded before as toxic for so many times that I know the feeling, so I try to understand as much as possible.
Are there limits to your sexual creativity?
I’m devious enough that so far that the only limit I’ve experienced is the partners. I’m still exploring my kinks, if it’s not an immediate risk to the partner’s health or not a felony offense, then I’m good to go.
What one item in this life do you want to take to the afterlife? (For the purposes of this questions just assume there IS an afterlife)
I’d bring a gray three-piece bespoke suit with hot pink lining and a pair of oxblood double monk strap shoes. You can always count on me to dress for the occasion.
Bonus: What life-altering thing should every human ideally get to experience at least once in their life?
Go to a tailor and get all your clothes to fit you; well-fitting clothes are life-changing.
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