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Old 08-03-2011, 01:20 AM
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So in your previous marriage, when did you try out polyamory? If it was towards the end, when the relationship was beginning to deteriorate, then it is not completely surprising that it did not work out. The broken marriage, add more people is not a solution to fixing a a relationship. It is always best that polyamory is brought to the table when an existing relationship is rock solid, or before it even starts.

As Nycindie said, you need to discuss it in detail, determine what it is you both want, how you will handle any ensuing drama. The more you read, the more enlighten you become, and better able to decide if this is the right for you. Take your time, don't rush in.

Polyamory can be a rewarding experience. If done right, it can actually build a stronger, more trusting relationship.
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