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Old 03-24-2011, 08:18 PM
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Originally Posted by RobFire
Issues lurk in both mono and poly relationships. Mono relationships don't have that great a statistical success rate, even in institutionalized marriage.

Poly relationships are more challenging to manage than mono due to the additional partners in play.

Though rare, super-duper high-quality mono and poly relationships exist. Both , IMHO, have rewards worth pursuing.
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Originally Posted by Tonberry
People seem to have that romantic notion that if you really love each other you'll have the same ideas about everything and therefore don't need to talk about them, especially if it's an "ugly" subject such as money or other partners. But it seems to me real intimacy is when you can discuss these things openly, and deal with the differences of opinion when they come up.
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Originally Posted by TruckerPete
I certainly find such discussions to be as bonding as a good session in the sack!
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Originally Posted by TruckerPete
I certainly find such discussions to be as bonding as a good session in the sack
Haha me too!
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asexual, asexual poly, love, love language, marriage vs. polyamory, non sexual, secondaries, secondary, sex vs love, third partner

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