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Old 06-09-2011, 08:45 AM
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Yeah, I'm grateful for the 90%. I fully realize that that level of interest in one another's healing and well-being is fantastically rare. That's most likely why we were able to re-calibrate back to friends as easily as we did.


No "breakup" is perfect. You're basically dealing with at least one party that wants things to continue and at least one party who no longer consents. I commend those of you in triad and larger who are dealing with a party who no longer consents to one of the spice and two or more who still do. This can get waaay more complex, I'm sure.

I'm also gaining confidence in my own capacity to handle it if/when I get into one of those difficult situations.
So much gratitude...
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