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madz1smyname madz1smyname 31-35, F 36 Answers Oct 23, 2012 in Dating & Relationships

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This has been a problem for me with new partners in recent years. It seems some people want their cake and eat it too. Personally I think if you can afford a holiday it should be with your partner not someone else.

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Indeed :)

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Thanks for best answer :-)

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your welcome :)

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Business trip = okay<br />
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Other than that = no

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sometimes its an excuse. lol I have a friend that always used that excuse to his wife so he can go to thailand to have fun.

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Oh yeah, I don't doubt it...many do it!

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yeah.. *shaking my head*

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It is okay, but I would say not ideal.

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Indeed.. lol

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Yeah, that's fine as long as they realize that just because they're on vacation doesn't mean they're on vacation from the relationship. Sometimes only one partner can get the time off work, or maybe they're going to visit someone the other isn't very fond of? Either way, as long as the one member has their wits about them, and the other isn't paranoid, there's no issue.

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My girlfriend takes her kids to Florida every year and I stay home and enjoy the peace and quiet....lmao

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sounds "fishy" actually

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I's okay but not optimal.

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My wife is away for work sometimes and I go to the boys state highschool games for 3 days alone (12 games in 3 days and she does not like sports)

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that depends on how long you have been married---and especially how much you truse each other--who would rock the boat first

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I have been married twice and have always taken trips away without my husband, either alone, with family or friends. <br />
My husband is fine with this arrangement and he also pursues his interests by taking weekends away etc. <br />
I don't believe that we have to be joined at the hip. <br />
However it's dependent on the relationship. <br />
This would not be acceptable to every couple. <br />
One thing I wish to emphasise is that this is always balanced against time together as a couple and holidays together. <br />
I know several couples who have individual needs whom follow their own paths without dragging their partners along. <br />
These couples often have very strong interesting marriages

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why not? we do it all the time

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awww lol

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why awww? if its nothing serious its ok but if it is then no hell no its not haha

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i said aww bcoz lildeval thought ur still single. :) hehe

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lol haha

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I find something like that questionable at best

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It depends on the couple. And the destination.

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why not

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Girls like to be on their own too. So a double break would suit me nice.

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Yes, it's completely ok.

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That's why it's called a vacation.

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Yeah, can't say it's always a good thing to do, but nothing to just end it over.

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I cant really think of a reason not to, other than ridiculous scenarios such as dating holidays etc.

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yes my husband doesnt want to travel so i go with 7 others to cuba for 7 days

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