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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.

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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.

GalaGirl

Last edited by GalaGirl; 06-24-2012 at 12:40 AM.
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