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Old 11-03-2010, 02:08 AM
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Default "GOOD" relationships.

What constitutes a good relationship? I mean, is it how long the relationship lasts? How it ends? What one learns?

I began thinking on this when someone in my community pointed out that just because my long term goal was to create a large poly family that I would have for ever and ever in some kind of poly-fi way, did not mean that that was everyones idea of success and goals met. Others might just want a lovely, night of closeness and connection in a moment of passion or a month of that. Some might think that they were successful in just learning about themselves and their partners and then going back to a mono dynamic...

what do you think is poly success and what is poly failure in your relationships? Why does it matter if we succeed or fail, isn't it all success if we chose to find the positive in the situation and outcome?
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