Okay, now I see what you meant by your OP. There's a reason I asked if you were serious about this, because I needed more clarification in order to be more informed on your position and that question was the simplest to ask.
As for dating during marriage? I suppose there would be an upside if it was continued during the marriage. And, you're correct, it does tend to stop once marriage has happened.
The exceptions to the rule would be the truly romantic at heart.
It is if you want to have an open and honest relationship with your partner. Some stop "trying" when the "I do" bit is over, but often those relationships do not last and both people are miserable.
I just wrote a hub similar to this today, I prefer courtship but either one depending on how the experience is used is very important. because both of those open up friendship...friendship is important, it gives the married couple something to fall back if they start to have problems.
Ms. Lofton, I look forward to giving it a read! All marriages have problems because life is not easy.... but not all marriages have to have Marital problems... but in order to have a Healthy marriage we have to have two people that are willing to continue to work at it... put in the upkeep... before there is a Breakdown!
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or marriages?Would you be willing to remain in an open relationship? Would you like it?
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