Question of the day: Do you believe the “Friends with Benefits” idea has become the norm of our dating society?

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Seeing that relationships end or go sour every five minutes. …literally, gives people little hope for trying for a successful relationship. People would rather have “no strings attached” type of flings to avoid emotional attachments. Little do they know that they are actually bringing on more emotions when partaking in these type of connections. Are you satisfying or hurting yourself?

Shae McCoy

0 thoughts on “Question of the day: Do you believe the “Friends with Benefits” idea has become the norm of our dating society?

  1. when i was a younger man it didnt matter who i hurt, because there was no emotion involved in my decision, but now that companionship is more important than dating i fight for my relationship every day by: communicating, being considerate and attentive…

  2. Smh I have mixed emotions about friends with benefits. I use to have one and it was ok while in the moment, it took away the lonely feeling and of course satisfied sexually; but once he left I became upset with myself for some reason. I honestly and genuinely had no feelings for the man but something just didn’t feel right. I wanted an emotional attachment and knew I could do better but in a world where a committed relationship is nonexistent,I settled for the next best thing. After a year of that I just quit it all together and have come to terms with the single life. I think friends with benefits is fine if you can handle it but don’t settle or think out will

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