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Old 06-21-2010, 09:00 PM
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time would be a restriction in the "addiction" scenario, but that's crazy to think about. I'm sure it's happening somewhere

Something else i've learned from my poly experiences is communication, and more specifically wants and needs, and how to communicate them.

1. It's ok to express you want something that someone else doesn't want, and it encouraged.
2. When you have a disagreement, it should be the goal for you to understand why your partner feels the way they do about what you disagree about, and for them to understand why you disagree. Once the disagreement is out, the negative energy almost dissipates, unless it's something more serious.
3. The first thing you need to do is FIGURE OUT WHAT YOU WANT. If you don't know what you want, chances you are could be stringing your partner along or worse...
-"There hasn't been a person i've been with that I didn't love for 10 seconds to 10 years." David Duchovny
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