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Married & clubbing with single friends?


Is it ok to go clubbing with your single female friends if you are married, even if your hubby do not mind?
Mar 24, 2015 @ 09:31 pm

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Of course its ok. If that's what you like and enjoy. Especially when you trust each other. Going out with friends without partners is very important for both relationships - friendship and marriage :)
Mar 25, 2015 @ 06:12 am

Of course it is....

Though one day you wake up and realize you are too old for clubbing, and start visiting pubs with your hubby...
At least that's what I did.
Your club days become less important as you get older.
Mar 25, 2015 @ 12:37 pm


For me personally maybe because I am 53 I don't do the clubs with single friends much any more but I had my days believe me when I was single. I feel personally that married couples that frequently do this could be inviting trouble into their marriages. I know then there is the issue of trust but sometimes when alcohol is involved many people (not all) do things that they would not normally do. Why not go together to see a great band ,dance or even invite other couples over for dinner or a game night it is so much fun. To me I have many friends single and married but I think its best to make your partner your best friend. I do go out with my girl friends from work once a year for our Christmas Party but we go to a very nice bar-restaurant for a drink and great food. I guess it is up to the individual.
Mar 25, 2015 @ 01:24 pm


You are so right Freda there are so many other more important things to do with you time.
Mar 25, 2015 @ 01:26 pm

Clubbing - Griech

I do think every couple needs time apart once in a while but for me I prefer hobbies like my garage sales, gardening, shopping and I love Bingo. He loves fishing, working in his garage and he love being in our backyard.
Mar 25, 2015 @ 01:30 pm


By the way I for got yo say what a great community topic. Thanks Empress_divine. Hope your having a great day.
Mar 25, 2015 @ 01:33 pm

Married and Clubbing

For me being with my husband of almost 20 years, the thought of clubbing, doesn't interest us. We are at the age to where, that's behind us and we focus on each other and our family. Sure, it's good to get away from each other at times, but I like to spend my "alone" time doing my gardening, crafts, or scrap booking. He likes to hang out in his workshop or build things. As you get older, clubs are a fading memory. That's just my opinion. If you both agree about clubs, that's fine for you. But believe me, as you age, the clubs will be a distant memory. Our focus now is on our 3 Grandsons and trying to instill in them core values and the importance of being a caring individual. I've never really been into clubs, but every one has their own preference. Do what makes each other happy. To me, that is doing my projects I love and my hubby doing what he loves, and it doesn't involve clubbing. I firmly believe that each person has to have a little time by themselves, doing the things they love. As long as each partner communicates with the other, the things you do, should be okay with the other. Ginger
Mar 25, 2015 @ 02:43 pm


Everyone has their interests and preferences on how they want and like to spend their free time. I dont think clubbing is worse than any other activity. If that's what you enjoy go for it.
I never really enjoyed clubbing, not before, not after marriage. But as I said, one might find reading clubs to be their excitement, others something else and clubbing is no different.
So what Im trying to say again here :)) Go for it, if that doesnt bring arguments at home, do what makes your heart sing :)
Mar 25, 2015 @ 10:20 pm


The thing is ladies, I was never one to go clubbing I can count on one hand the amount of times I went to a club. I like live music, movies house parties those kind of things. While my husband don't mind I don't want to go, but right now that is what my friends at work like to do, I am working on finding something else that we all can enjoy. I appreciate all your contributions, time apart is really healthy.
Mar 31, 2015 @ 05:46 pm


Your welcome this was a great topic for a community post it was fun to reply to, fun reading other comments and opinions. Great post. Have a nice evening Empress_divine. P.S. Thank you.
Mar 31, 2015 @ 06:19 pm

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