Why 'friends with benefits' are always harder for women to keep

Women are built to be emotional which is why she must weigh the pros and cons before starting a friends with benefits relationship

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Having a friends with benefits relationships has its downsides but it's usually between people who understand properly where they are getting into.

Relationship coach Amy Laurent says women are built to be emotional which is why she must weigh the pros and cons before starting such relationship.

Women are bound to get more attached in a friends with benefits situation so it's advisable to limit the frequency of intimacy with your partner to emergency because failure to do so would open a door of feelings which never ends well for both of you.

Watch Amy Laurent and Marlo Thomas discuss how friends with benefits relationships affects women:

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