Two people may admit that they are important to one another and that they love each other, but that's no reason they shouldn't have other close friends or lovers if they so choose, as long as those other lovers don't become more important than their partners.These relationships require communication between all partners. Let's say that one partner wants to go out and have lunch with his ex, who his current partner knows he still has feelings for.Each relationship is different though, and the two people in it need to establish what is and what isn't considered a breech of physical fidelity.For instance, is it all right for a woman to kiss her ex hello, even if it's a traditional greeting where he comes from?
The East Midlands businessman intends to use Second to find two more partners – but admits his Leicester wife has concerns.
If partners start keeping secrets or they don't really trust each other, then that is fertile ground for infidelity to occur.
If the relationship can't be saved and partners don't want to commit to each other anymore, than it's usually best to end the relationship first, so each person is free to pursue other options.
The man behind Second Wife.com, web boss Azad Chaiwala, insists that the service promotes fidelity, morality and old-fashioned family values.
The 33-year-old entrepreneur believes in his product so much that he plans to select his next two wives from the company.
One of the alternatives to traditional relationships is something called an open relationship.