You’re slowly and slowly losing the time you have with a metamour and you’re not quite sure how to navigate their boundaries around their time.
There is a difference between a partner making a request and a demand and you should care less about what polyam influencers think of your agreements.
A friends with benefits situation that seems like it might go into something more because your FWB complains about their partner may seem ideal but it’s actually not.
Agreeing to things you don't actually want quite often creates a lot more problems than it needs to down the line.
Dating two people who have a history together is going to trigger some anxiety within you. Maybe you’re not jealous — you’re just normal.
My sweetheart J and I are long distance, I am married with kids, we have been together 13 years, and are poly. J has a girlfriend of 2.5 years, both previously monogamous. Him and I were friends and in love, and even actually lovers on and off, for years
My partner and I started sleeping with a guy 5 months ago, in a threesome arrangement. We did on occasion sleep with him individually as well, but ithe relationship had its start as a open sexual relationship. We eventually discussed poly and eveyone was into the idea and exploring it
Your partner comes home from a date and needs reassurance, but you can’t give it in that moment. Is this something to overcome?
I'm a 31 year old cis mostly straight woman. About two months ago I somewhat broke up with a man who describes himself as polyamorous. We had a great time for about four lovely months, seeing each other one night a week. He was easily the sweetest man I'd dated
Sometimes people are jerks and sometimes experiences help us learn when we can also step away.