Thanks for that "bit of logic" my friend;
; I like it.
"There's a lot of talk about boundaries and agreements; well, one boundary and one agreement you entered into was monogamy and commitment, and now the difficulty is that you want to change that boundary and agreement."
True! True. Yet another sacrifice A deserves credit for.
"Is he fulfilled in your relationship?"
That is to say, is he fulfilled in it *per se;*
that is, when not counting the M and T factor. Were M and T "stripped away" from the equation, could A at least then honestly say that he was truly fulfilled in his relationship with you?
No owie intended; purely wondering.