The definition of a discreet relationship is very simple. It is a relationship that is not necessarily “in the bedroom” or “in the office.” It is a relationship between two people that the other person does not know about or can not understand the reasons for. A discreet relationship is one that a person would not be willing to share their personal details with to their spouse (ex: asking a friend to babysit one night and sharing your home address with your spouse).
So, when someone is in a relationship with someone else, that is considered an intimate relationship. A discreet relationship is one where the people involved do not want to be bothered by the other person. This is different from being in a relationship, which is a relationship with someone that is a partner.
An intimate relationship is something that a couple shares. A discreet relationship is one where the couple shares something about themselves, including their personal details, like their home address or phone number.
If you have a discreet relationship with someone, that someone is not going to want to come out and see you and be intimate with you. If you have a discreet relationship with someone, that someone is definitely going to want to know about it. If you don’t, well, you look like a pervert.
Of course, if you’re in a relationship where you both know each other and you’re comfortable with that, this is fine. Not so if you’re in a relationship where you both dont know each other. It’s really when you’re in relationships where you can’t be comfortable with each other, that there’s a problem.
Now, you can go ahead and be your relationship-agnostic self and be honest with yourself, but this is really for guys who are in relationships for the first time. If youve been in a relationship for a while, then you should really be able to tell if its discreet or not.
The “discreet” part, is really this: we dont want someone to be uncomfortable around us. Thats why we make sure that our relationships are only comfortable with each other. Its a basic of communication. We would like our relationships to be just that — comfortable. If one of us is uncomfortable, then we should both be comfortable.
It would be nice if we could all just be comfortable with each other all of the time. As it stands though, in order to remain discreet, it’s important for both parties to be happy together. As a result, the definition of “discreet” can become complicated. It may include things like: “I feel comfortable talking about my feelings with a person or a group of people I don’t know,” or “I trust someone in a relationship who I don’t know.
The best way to define discreet is with a partner you can trust. This is not always easy, as our own research has shown that the relationship between a woman and a man varies so much within the same relationship. For example, a woman who is comfortable talking with her partner about her feelings may be comfortable talking about her and her partner’s feelings with the man, but have a hard time with it when it comes to her partner.
The good news is that the relationship between a woman and a man is incredibly varied. The bad news is that our own research on this topic has shown that women have a much harder time with their partner’s feelings. We find this especially hard for women in relationships where the woman is very dominant and the man is very submissive.