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Someone Hitting On Your Spouse

When An Outsider Comes In Between A Couple

When two people are in a committed relationship, they are often vulnerable to interventions from outside parties. Both men and women are known to hit on people who are already attached in a long term relationship. Not everyone is matured enough to handle these kinds of situations with dignity and respect. Couples who are solid usually laugh over such things. They trust each other and are sure that no one can ever come in between them and there is nothing that can make them apart.

The sad part is that not every couple feel safe and secured in their relationship. At least not to the extent that they would willingly leave their spouse at harm’s way with another person of the opposite sex. This can invite a lot of trouble for all parties involved. The truth is that there is always someone lingering on and just waiting for the right opportunity to come in between a couple and break them apart. This person usually looks for a whole in other people’s relationship and then capitalizes on that.

If a couple is already having a troubled relationship, it becomes far more easier for this person to create a wedge and make a place for themselves. When one is already facing problems in a relationship, an outsider may seem like a perfect breath of fresh air. This is a perfect recipe for disaster. A relationship that is already clinging on to delicate threads can very easily fall apart.

When things are stormy, this new person seem like an angel. But the truth can’t be farther from it. This is also one of the most classic themes in the movies. Even though every couple should feel safe and secure in their relationship, there are times when jealousy and possessiveness takes the better of them.

There are moments when we see someone else hitting on our spouse and sometimes doing so openly without any hesitation. Thanks to advances in technology and social media, today we live in a much more open and connected world with far more interactions with others than ever before. This leads to more platonic friendships and acquaintances. Not to mention, an ocean of associations just online with people we don’t even know.

Sometimes, these alliances crosses the line of platonic-ism. Some attached people in fact get flattered when someone shows a romantic interest in them. For some, it’s just a way to self-assure that they are still in demand by the opposite sex as it boosts their self-esteem and makes them feel good about themselves. While for others, it can be whole different story.

They take such things to unchartered territories. Even though some level of playfulness can be harmless. In fact, it can even help in keeping a couple closer. But, you never know when things take a big turn. What first started off as something very small may soon become something big. Oftentimes, small issues result in major problems in a relationship.

When someone hits on our spouse, most of us are not so compassionate in the way we react. The first reaction is that of anger and most of us would want to smack the daylights out of that person. Such type of light romance between a spouse and an outside party can very easily tear down a relationship. Hence, it’s very important to know what to do and how to handle such situations. The right approach is to act like matured adults and take charge of the situation. When a relationship is solid, no one can come in between and no one can break it.
Date Posted/Updated On: 10/25/2016
Author: ispace1

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