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Welcome to the Reluctant Partner Community...

What is this group about?

Reluctant Partner Community is for anyone who wants to listen, learn, share, support or receive support from others concerning the "Reluctant Spouse" issue as it relates to naturism/nudism -- *chaste* social nudity. Anyone with any interest in this topic is welcome. Just have an open mind and tolerance for others and their opinions, as this group hopes to foster open, honest, in depth dialog. Additionally, maybe it could become a valuable resource that helps couples face their issues and overcome them.

Why "Reluctant Partner Community"?

The name is intentional. "Partner" and "Community" focus on and emphasize our relationship with one another. Additionally, the use of "Partner," instead of "Spouse," means it includes unmarried individuals or any couple.

In other words, whether a couple is married or not, their union is a partnership. Likewise, by joining this group, you partner with other members to create a unique community. Hopefully, the material here will become dynamic enough that anyone can use it to deal with reluctance related issues concerning naturism/nudism.

Why have such a group?

Although the reluctant spouse issue is prevalent within naturism/nudism, very few resources deal with it effectively. It seems as though naturism/nudism leaves couples to flounder and try to figure things out for themselves. Unfortunately, many end up living with unresolved conflict for years. Some couples never figure out a solution, and it even contributes to some divorces.

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  • Mar 8, 2006
  • English

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