People in open relationships as satisfied as those in monogamous relationships

Research suggests that couples in open relationships are just as emotionally and sexually satisfied as those in open partnerships.

Having a healthy sex life and emotional satisfaction is something a large number of people consider to be a crucial part of life. The opportunity to meet new people and rising awareness has led individuals to explore what kind of relationship works well for them.

While many are going for open relationships for more satisfaction, a study has revealed that they don’t help any more than monogamous relationships. Research suggests that couples in open relationships are just as emotionally and sexually satisfied as those in open partnerships.

As long as people are having sex to be close to each other or for desire, the nature of a relationship doesn’t affect their level of satisfaction. Meanwhile those doing it for less personal reasons are less likely to be happy.

The result debunks society’s perception of monogamous unions being the ideal relationships.

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