Intimate partners, who can’t live with each other and can’t live without each other, often take agreed-upon breaks from the relationship from time to time, either with or without other partners while they are separated.When they are initially back together, they often feel a renewed attachment and often don’t want to deal with the reasons they so often split up.If, on the other hand, a couple has been separated for quite a while, have made multiple attempts to reconnect and failed, the partners may have come to the conclusion that divorce is inevitable.When that happens, they may not be as susceptible to any new relationship.After a time apart, they realize that they want to make the relationship work and are highly motivated to make that happen.The man in those unfinished relationships may be temporarily available to a new partner, but is highly likely to go back to his other relationship.
A man in grief, angry, unhinged, or feeling newly free of cumulative stress can be a vulnerable target for an outside person, or even an unthinking seeker of temporary escape.
There are many factors that can affect these triangulated relationships, and how they are combined can affect the outcome in different ways.
Time Elapsed A new separation is clearly more undefined.
What that means in a three-way relationship is that each day is securely connected.
A floppy relationship triangle exists when the man in question is at the apex of that triangle and the two women are represented by the other two points.