“I’d be okay with you getting a girlfriend. But no other dudes, okay?” he says.
“Okay,” she says. Outwardly, she smiles. She’s glad to have the freedom to pursue other women.
But as soon as he leaves the room, her smile starts to fade. She’s not sure what, but something doesn’t feel quite right. » Read more
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Skyspook and I have been charting my polyamorous web chart for the second book (coming soon). A map of my current relationship system, with all of my partners’ partners and so on. Taken as a whole, it looks hopelessly complicated.
But it never feels that way. These days it’s a pretty stable system. » Read more
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PQ 11.1 — How do I view potential partners, both for myself and for my existing partners? Do I see them as potential problems to be managed? Or do I see them as potential sources of joy to enrich my partner’s life? How does my approach to hierarchy reflect that view?
It all started with a toothbrush. » Read more
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“It’s been a rough time,” he says. “I’m adjusting the best I can, but…” He looks away.
I wait for him to finish.
“There’s a lot to adjust to,” he says. “She’s a different person with this much NRE. And I can’t help but notice how much faster they fell in love than we did. » Read more
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