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Old 11-23-2010, 09:45 PM
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Insecurity is not always the motivation behind a partner's resistance to poly.
I agree. My post was in response to this, which is what stood out for me:
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We have been together for five years. i have always been honest with him about my wants but he has always expressed a lot of insecurity . . . i am bending over backwards to make him feel secure
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I agree. My post was in response to:
I guess my point was that the perception of insecurity may be interpreted wrong. That hesitency may be coming from somehwere else.
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