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The two participants in the relationship will reach an agreement about what each expects from the relationship.
Another major concern is that one of the partners will develop romantic feelings for the other.
They also find it difficult to consider a serious relationship.
Many casual relationships establish guidelines or a set of rules.
Casual relationships, being a mix between a friendship and a non-romantic sexual relationship, result in the partners facing many challenges in maintaining a working relationship.
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They normally control when they meet up, when they have sex, and when they do things together.
Hughes's study also revealed the four main categories of why partners participating in a casual relationship did not feel the need to tell their same sex friends about the relationship.