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Old 06-23-2012, 11:22 PM
GalaGirl GalaGirl is offline
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Originally Posted by CielDuMatin View Post
it's that if your partner loves someone else, then they obviously must love you LESS.
Ha! Yup. I know that one. It's NOT that the poly person "must love you less." Though that's common enough reaction sometimes.

Originally Posted by CielDuMatin View Post
No, nothing like it. It is completely different.
Interesting. I just think it is. Like...

There's the vast differences of a "mixed cultural marriage" in terms of upbringing, expectations, styles, configurations, experiences, etc.

But in the end, I think what makes cheating cheating is being dishonest and crossing relationship boundaries the actual people in the actual rship talked out and agreed on as their lines.

I don't think it matters if the rship is between mono-mono or mono-poly or poly-poly. At the dating, living together, or married and co-habitating places... whatever stage the rship is at?

If an agreed boundary is knowingly crossed dishonestly, and then dishonestly hidden? Hello, betrayal, hello, cheating.


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