12 Jun Swingers Advice – How to Approach Your Partner About Swinging
Today’s article “Swingers Advice – How to Approach Your Partner About Swinging” is advice given by experienced swingers on approaching your girlfriend about swinging and starting the conversation.
Swingers Advice – How to Approach Your Partner About Swinging
Figuring out how to approach your partner about swinging can be difficult. You want to have the conversation, but you fear their reaction. You’ll be glad to know that there have been many people in your position before and can offer you helpful advice on how to go about approaching the topic of swinging with your partner. Below is advice from an experienced swinger on how to approach your partner about swinging.
“Enhances their trust and communication…”
The key thing is not to ‘convince’ them. Rather, you’re deciding whether or not to take this step together. Listening to a podcast on swinging might be a good way to start. I’d listen to the one called the ‘Accidental Swingers” from the very beginning, where they talk about how they blundered into the lifestyle, and they spend several episodes talking about the basic vocabulary and their emotional reactions to swinging, and their insecurities and misadventures along the way.
There are two important things to know. First, that many couples do the lifestyle, and it enhances their trust and communication, as well as their sexuality. Are you one of those? You’ll have to answer that question yourselves.
The other thing to know is that you don’t have to jump into the deep end right away. Many people start by going to a swinger’s club or party, and just watching what happens, and perhaps, playing together while others watch. From there, there are sorts of variations like “soft swap” only. It is much better to be patient and take baby steps than to go too far the first time and spoil the fun, or maybe even your relationship. Communicate, communicate, communicate. That’s one of the biggest intangible benefits of swinging. When you decide to get rid of jealousy, it leaves so much space for trust and communication in your relationship.”