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Old 07-03-2010, 02:59 PM
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My friend and I were discussing polyamory. He posed this question and I believe the experience of others not so new to polyamory would have a wealth of insight. Thanks!

When it comes to polyamorous relationships, is there a risk of simply starting over with another partner when an earlier relationship is failed yet too painful to end? I suppose that is a major concern I have with polyamory is that instead of multiple healthy relationships, one ends up with a healthy relationship that supersedes a broken relationship, which would more cleanly be handled by serial monogamy of divorce and new marriage. I feel naive in asking that question, but I haven't been able to fully wrap my brain around it.
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