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lilmissbrowneyes lilmissbrowneyes 18-21, F 12 Answers Nov 18, 2012 in Romance & True Love

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Not if you both agreed that you were only going to be FWB.

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you have a right to your feelings but not a right to try and control your friend

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You have better schedule a time to talk, then take the real time to figure out what it is that you want. A real relationship is built on mutually agreed upon rules, and trust that both will follow those agreed upon rules. If they are broken, trust is broken. Either you have to redefine and agree upon new rules or find a different relationship. Part of the "friend with benefit" game is that the rule of exclusivity is not part of the terms of the contract.

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You have the right. But if you are jealous, I would assume you were settling for that status and had feelings you weren't honest about. It's rare to elevate from FWB, so I'd cut the "friend" off quickly and look after your own hopes.

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Yes, because you care about them. You just are not making him commit to being monogamous.

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ur friends with bennefits... Meaning only friends. U got the right tho... If i was in simmilar possition i would to.

**Huggs**

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No .. FWB comes with no commitment. One reason those kinds of "relationships" don't last .. people want to change the rules midstream.

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