You are in a loving relationship. You start hanging around a friend and start to feel uncomfortable intimacy building in your friendship do you:
End it quickly and run the other way.
That is...assuming you are married. If you aren't married, that changes the rules.
this happened to me. I ended the friendship
I think how long you have been in the happy relationship and how committed you are to it is definitely a factor, but assuming that you don't want that relationship to end, you've got to try to curtail the intimacy with the new friendship.
If that's impossible then the friendship has to go.
Straight answer: happy fulfilled relationships rarely tolerate open sexual license. I'd politely and carefully cut off any hints of intimacy. I would include occasional comments of how sexually satisfied I was and what a wonderful lover I had. Maybe even toss in a few whoppers. Like you can't believe what we did last night. OMG it went on for hours.
Funny ANSWR. I would check out a three sum. Nothing ventured nothing gained. Besides well-established happy and loving relationship certainly should be able to tolerate at least the inquiry. I am sure she won't be upset. Besides the couch is really pretty comfortable
I'd discuss it.
I'd end the friendship. There is no way I'm doing anything to spoil the loving relationship that I already have. And, especially if the new intimacy is uncomfortable. I don't owe anybody anything when it comes to something like this except for my current partner...I owe him 100% love, trust, and faithfulness.
My thoughts center on a married couple.
Talk about it. Maybe it's time to end the first relationship.