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Old 06-06-2009, 01:19 PM
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It could be easy to use "I'm polyamorous" to avoid commitment. Where Quath suggests allowing love to "relax back into friendship", he is admitting it can be hard work to honor a commitment, and to keep a love alive and well. There is no real reason why one can't love two people (or more) at one time, and there is no guarantee that love will last forever- but once you have made a commitment, you should at least TRY to keep it. It's not that one person isn't enough, though, not really. Most of us don't fall in love on purpose. So making a second emotional connection is more like finding a four-leafed clover- it's a lucky accident. Spending a lot of time in clover patches can increase the odds, however.
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