Well, I'm new around here but happy to have found a forum such as this.
I'm 29, married. Been with husband 10 years. There have been a lot of things that have been changing in these past few months, changes that have given me courage to really face myself for who I am. About a month ago, I 'came out' out to my husband as being bisexual. After some discussion he has said that he is ok with it and is open to what it could mean. Thing is, I'm not exactly sure what it means (besides the obvious of course) and I'm trying to figure it out so I have some idea of what changes there will be in my current relationship once I have found a woman I'd like to bring into the picture. Now, this isn't something that I'm simply experimenting with, I want to be clear. I've always known I was bi, I've always had interest in other women I just never actually said it out loud or acted on it on a basis other than just 'for fun'. As I said, there have been some thing happening in my life that have opened my eyes to parts of who I am. A small victory to finally be able to establish that! At any rate, I'm wondering, for those out there who have had a triad relationship dynamic: how did it get to that? what sort of boundaries were previously and later established? what were some key things that you found were needed in order for it to be successful? So many questions!
I don't have anyone in mind that I'd want to bring into the relationship yet. But before it gets to that I want to make sure I know what I'm doing