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caragh87 11-26-2011 11:18 PM

Not at all there yet but wondering
 
So my questions are for those in poly relationships, that live with their partner and their partners partner.. I think this more refers to people who are in V relationships I guess? But I am open to input from everyone.

1) How did you all living together come about?

2) What is the living situation like, ie. do you all have your own rooms, do you share a room or something else?

3) Although you live together, is there still alone time for each couple? How is the time split? In your case is there more of a primary and secondary relationship.

4) What is the best thing about this situation?

5) What is the worst thing about this situation?


Feel free to add more comments or anything that you think is relevant.
I am genually just curious, not writing an essay or anything.

redpepper 11-27-2011 05:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by caragh87 (Post 112904)
So my questions are for those in poly relationships, that live with their partner and their partners partner.. I think this more refers to people who are in V relationships I guess? But I am open to input from everyone.

1) How did you all living together come about?

2) What is the living situation like, ie. do you all have your own rooms, do you share a room or something else?

3) Although you live together, is there still alone time for each couple? How is the time split? In your case is there more of a primary and secondary relationship.

4) What is the best thing about this situation?

5) What is the worst thing about this situation?


Feel free to add more comments or anything that you think is relevant.
I am genually just curious, not writing an essay or anything.

Read my entire blog. ;) Not to be snarky, just I live this situation and I have written about it extensively already.

nycindie 11-28-2011 12:43 AM

Have you searched the forum for other threads on this topic?

As a start, check out:
Multi-partner co-habitation


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