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Old 09-17-2013, 08:26 AM
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You can't. That's the bottom line. You could enforce boundaries, ask for the same level of communication that M has whilst P is with you and see if he sticks to them. You can tell him that you feel him being in a relationship with someone who wants your relationship with him to be over impedes on your relationship with him and that you aren't willing to be a part of that. You need to stop patronising M though. She is monogamous. That's just how she is wired. Making out that her monogamy is because she has insecurities is offensive - it would be like me saying that someone is only heterosexual because they have latent homophobic beliefs and when they are cured of this prejudice, they'd be bisexual.
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