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Updated on Tuesday, February 18

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QUESTION: To those in a relationship, do any of you find that you've stop wanting to go out clubbing or out to the bars regularly now in comparison?

10 comments

  1. nope, I go with my girlfriend lol. Still good fun

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  2. yes, doesn't this go without saying? thought there isn't anything odd about still going out the amount either

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  3. Haha yesss. I used to love clubbing, and now, when I go with my boyfriend, we always leave early because I feel like I'd be having more fun having sex and cuddling. There's not much for me at clubs anymore.

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  4. It's nice to change things up and go to the club with your friends and your girl, but its slightly less exciting already knowing who you're going home with.

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  5. I'd say I go just as much but not for the same reasons. Now its a lot to change things up like 4 said, or celebrate something. I'll also sometimes make a point of not going out when my gf is heading out with friends so she can have fun and I don't get accused of monopolizing all her time. If I'm even at a club without the gf now I don't do much of anything, just listen to music and chat.

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  6. I'll still go to clubs but going with my single friends has lost it's fun. I'll find myself alone while their dancing with random people since I don't feel comfortable dancing with someone who isn't my boyfriend

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  7. It was different in two of my relationships. During one of my relationships, I still went clubbing often with my friends (but my boyfriend never came with me) and for the relationship I was in after that, my boyfriend didn't want me to go clubbing at all. He didn't like other guys touching me and thought clubbing was unsafe, so I respected that and stopped going completely and drank lightly only once (he was present) after that.

    I think it really depends what you go clubbing for. I had different reasons on going clubbing, I like(d) dressing up, chilling with my friends, it was a form of stress relieving, and I loved being embraced by the music. However, I used to be the type to run around the club and not stick with the same group of people so going clubbing with a S.O. would make it way less entertaining for me.

    I don't think a S.O. should limit what their partners can or cannot do. They should trust that their partners will be faithful at a club and I honestly don't think alcohol is a legitimate excuse for cheating (unless raped/forced). If you don't feel comfortable with your S.O. clubbing, then go with them! If you don't like clubbing yourself then reasoning with each other and work out a compromise. If a compromise isn't possible then you might want to re-evalute your relationship... if you can't even compromise on something like clubbing, what will happen when something more important in the future needs to be discussed and worked out/compromised?

    Just my intake on the matter because I went through a relationship where my S.O. didn't let me club (but FYI I wasn't forced to).

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  8. Nope, no difference. I don't go to the bar/club for a hookup. If I'm having a ladies night with the girls, sure I'll go out. If I'm with my partner we do something else (that's not his scene). I mostly don't go out anymore because it is too cold outside lol.

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