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Old 09-19-2012, 10:11 AM
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Hi! I'm new to these forums and to poly in general and just wanted to say hi.
Hi back!
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It's not about the sex for me- it's about forming new bonds and relationships with other like minded people.
You hit the nail on the head there.
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As a newbie I'm feeling a little shy about taking the next steps with people
Awwww We're nice people, really! You don't have to feel shy with us.
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I'm married, a mom with a toddler
You (and SkylerSquirrel) might be interested in the following threads:
poly books and stories (also films) for children (This one for when your children are a bit older.)
Breastfeeding
Children and Polyamory
And -for a whole list to work through: Threads Tagged with children

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And two that newbies in general might find useful:
"Stop me if you've heard this one" - clichés we've heard from non-polys
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