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    Taboo Relationships

    There is a thread about age difference relationships where people discuss their merits.

    But what about other taboo relationships, like dating your co-worker (or worse, boss), neighbour, landlord, doctor or psychiatrist, student/teacher, friend's ex, and so forth? Have you been in such a relationship or have an experience to share? Why yes or why not?

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    In Norway, I think you can't have your lover or partner as your doctor or teacher. I think 'the relationship' is ideally based upon male or female domination.

    My advice is honesty and to talk with those close to you.

    Yes, I been there. My belief is that it is only 'the couple' and those involved who should set the norms for their relationship as long as it's sane and healthy.

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    They're usually forbidden because it interferes with professional conduct and responsibility. Emotional and sexual blackmail can be used to alter professional decisions and that's not a good idea. But it's not only the professional that suffers, because if for example a lawyer or doctor is blinded by emotions the safety and health of their client goes threatened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nachtengel View Post
    But what about other taboo relationships, like dating your co-worker (or worse, boss), neighbour, landlord, doctor or psychiatrist, student/teacher, friend's ex, and so forth? Have you been in such a relationship or have an experience to share? Why yes or why not?
    If there's true love on both sides, everything is possible, why not? Of course, it depends from case to case...

    Co-worker, or boss, here I don't see any problem... If both are single and want to be together, why not?

    Doctor... Hehe, I was and I still am in love with my stomatologist, I think she knows (I'm sure she does!), but this was always an advantage, in my opinion! Because I like her so much, it's easier for me to let her do the job, I don't think I could trust anyone else... And I feel so good when she's around!!! We're friends in real life (first I was only her patient), but I never dared to try anything more... I know she likes me too, but I have a feeling we both agree that we're better just as friends for now... Eventually our feelings towards each other might just develop into a closer friendship (most likely this is the case)...

    Student/teacher... I've heard many stories of people falling in love with their teachers... and it happened to me too, just once... Nothing else happened between us, just me day-dreaming...

    Friend's ex... Here it might be a problem. For me, at least... It depends from case to case (never say never!), but my morality would say no, just thinking about it...

    Also, the best friend of someone I love and with whom I couldn't be together... No... I can't do that... I've been proposed such a thing and no... Why not? Because I cannot lie to myself like that, and also because... I don't want to use someone just to be around their best friend (it sounds tempting, but I can't be a liar like that)... Better be single, than being with their best friend...

    If my best friend would be with someone I love and with whom I can't be together... I don't think I would feel so happy about it. There was an attempt like that many many years ago, my best friend being courted by the one I was in love with, but he stopped courting her. She said she wouldn't have said no to him, though. I am glad he stopped courting her, I am not sure if I could still have been friends with her if they were together (it wasn't love what she felt for him, she just liked him, and she knew well my feelings)...

    Ethnic-mixing, race-mixing? These are taboo relationships too, right?

    Ethnic mixing, why not, if they're Germanic too, even if not fully Germanic... I don't see any problem in me being with someone who's fully Germanic, having a family and children with them. Actually, I think I couldn't see myself with someone who is not at least partially Germanic... Over the years I've analyzed the behaviour of different ethnic groups, and those of other meta-ethnicities are not a good match for me... There are even Germanics who behave like being from Southern Europe, I don't think I would match with them either...

    Race-mixing? I simply find negroes and brown people disgusting, so far from me such a thought...


    Quote Originally Posted by Vanirmagic View Post
    In Norway, I think you can't have your lover or partner as your doctor or teacher.
    Really? Why not? I mean, with teacher is understandable, but you don't study forever, so at some point it won't be your teacher anymore, so no more rules like that. And your doctor? Why not? You can change your doctor, and be with the one you love, if that's a problem...


    Quote Originally Posted by Vanirmagic View Post
    My belief is that it is only 'the couple' and those involved who should set the norms for their relationship as long as it's sane and healthy.
    I agree with this!
    Die Farben duften frisch und grün... Lieblich haucht der Wind um mich.

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    At a time when 'inceldom' is spreading rapidly (..or so I'm informed..) and increasing numbers of Germanic males are into the MGTOW movement, I'm loathe to impose any further restrictions on who they can/cannot have a relationship with.

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    Yes. Gareth and I have both been involved with married individuals before we got together. This was at a troubled and confused point in our lives when we were vulnerable to such "taboo" indiscretions. Once we got our lives together and became Christians we found each other and began new lives.
    Not all in life is at it appears to be.

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