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How to Have an Affair-proof Marriage

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An affair is something that no one wants to experience in their marriage - and there are actually some ways that you can ensure that your marriage doesn’t fall into the traps and pitfalls that can lead to affairs. If you want to have an affair-proof marriage, consider the following essential guide that will help keep your marriage loyal and strong.

Continue to ‘date’ each other even after you’re married

People often feel tempted into an affair when they feel that their relationship is no longer new or exciting. To combat this, make sure that you and your partner still ‘date’ each other even after you’ve gotten married. This means going out on date nights, surprising each other with gifts and flowers and impromptu bedroom sessions, and generally making your relationship feel fresh and exciting.

Establish boundaries with friends of the opposite sex

It’s fine to have friends of the opposite sex, but both you and your spouse need to establish clear boundaries in order to reduce the temptation of friendships turning into affairs - emotional, physical or otherwise. Common boundaries include not sharing relationship details with friends of the opposite sex, making sure that your spouse is introduced to your friend, not going out on anything that may seem like a “date” with that person, and so on.

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