Omarion, R&B singer-and actor- is featured here in an exclusive interview! In it, he discusses navigating the tricky waters of dating multiple women simultaneously – an honest approach that speaks volumes when faced with open relationships or polyamory in modern culture! I found Omarion refreshing as someone willing to discuss openness regarding his love life publicly.
Omarion’s Approach to Dating Multiple Women
Omarion made clear when discussing his approach to dating multiple women that honesty and communication were central aspects. “My philosophy on relationships is straightforward: If someone can’t be truthful with you then that should be it – be upfront about everything!’.”
Omarion understands the significance of setting clear expectations with everyone he interacts with and has shared, “My communication style is very open; I tell people exactly what they should expect in terms of boundaries and expectations, along with potential advantages or disadvantages from participating. They then can decide for themselves if that fits with them or not.”
Polyamory and Open Relationships
Recently there has been an upsurge in nontraditional relationships like polyamory and open relationships. When asked by Omarion what his thoughts on these forms were like he responded positively but acknowledged they may not suit everyone.
He replied by noting, “Everyone has different preferences but honesty should always come first when entering into polyamorous or open relationships. If this is something you find impossible, perhaps there is no appropriate situation.”
Omarion holds to both traditional and nontraditional relationship styles as valid options; yet also strongly endorses monogamy as something to cherish and respect. He said “Monogamy is beautiful – something worth cherishing – yet if one chooses monogamy it must be committed; cheating in any relationship would just not do.”
Omarion stressed the significance of being honest with oneself and with one’s partner in any relationship, adding, “At the end of the day, honesty between partners must exist for any healthy partnership to flourish. Being true to your word and committed to relationships should always come before any form of casual romance.” If this commitment doesn’t exist then such relationships don’t exist and vice versa.
It is refreshing to hear someone like Omarion discuss their relationships in an open and honest fashion, no matter whether monogamy, polyamory or something in-between is your preferred relationship path. Communication of your needs and boundaries to potential partners(s).
Omarion noted, “Ultimately, relationships are about honesty and communication – without it, relationships simply don’t work!” Let us follow Omarion’s lead and strive to maintain authentic and transparent interactions in all our relationships.