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Old 11-07-2011, 07:19 PM
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When it comes to finding partners for triads it seems that looking separately without the expectation to find someone who would love you both seems to work better. Quite often bi women don't fall in love with both people in a couple but only one. Or end up only loving the one in a romantic way. It seems that triads that work out are built on friendships first that build into romance over time. Perhaps finding people to build friendships together first would mean moving into a vee situation of a triad situation if the chemistry is right. Starting from the get go with the expectation of love and romance is a lot of pressure on a bi woman and almost all of them, from my experience, just won't take that on. Mostly because they have been used in the past.
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