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Shara, Anita and Birgitte's happiness seems to defy the well-known adage, "you can't have your cake and eat it too." Wouldn't these types of relationships create jealousy and insecurity?"It does require a fair amount of emotional intelligence and maturity," says Anita.All three women stated directly or indirectly that you can avoid or overcome jealousy and insecurity by making sure that everyone's needs are met and that all partners are equally happy.Achieving that balance seems essential for people in open relationships to experience compersion.
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