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I’m all for having friendships of both sexes, because it helps to give us insights into the opposite sex, and because they will give us such a different viewpoint and approach to life.
The key is to make sure that the boundaries are kept in place and that you aren’t naive; you know the saying ‘never say never’.
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1) If it was the other way around: The first big rule is what would you think if your partner was having the same friendship with someone else? This is one of the best measuring methods of whether the friendship is inappropriate.
15) You are tempted to keep it secret: If you are tending to keep the conversations and meetings secret for some reason, then you know that internally you think your partner wouldn’t be happy, at which point I direct you back to point 1!
Of course, it is only inappropriate if you or they are in a relationship, if not, then heh ho!
If you are worried a friendship that you have could be crossing the line, or you are worried about your partner’s friendships, feel free to get in touch or pop a comment below (it can always be anonymous).
7) Discussing partners: You might think that this means that the friendship is safe, because you are clearly pointing out the fact that you are taken. If they don’t know your partner and you haven’t or wouldn’t introduce them, then you need to think twice about the friendship.
Plus, if you are discussing things about your relationship with this friend and not your partner, then it is definitely going in the wrong direction. If you are talking to someone of the opposite sex, they might be sympathetic to you because you are friends, but they should also be giving you an insight into the mind of your partner.