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Old 11-28-2009, 03:34 PM
GroundedSpirit GroundedSpirit is offline
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Default Beautiful !

Kari,
That was so beautiful ! I so envy your gift of expression.
Having lived an almost identical experience I can only say that your reading was......hard. Very hard.
But I think someone once said something along the lines of "better to have loved and lost then never love at all" And I embrace that philosophy. Love changes us........

GS
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Old 11-30-2009, 06:01 AM
Exploring Exploring is offline
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That's something I am fast learning; polyamory is not for those with excessive amounts of self learning yet to do.

It is good you and your husband were able to let her walk free though. Do you mind if I PM you? You sound like you have some insight I might like to delve into.
Karelia, Thanks for sharing your feelings. That was beautiful.

Erosa, would you mind elaborating a bit on this, if possible? "That's something I am fast learning; polyamory is not for those with excessive amounts of self learning yet to do." I am interested on this thought process.

Thank you.... reading the forum has been very helpful for me as I explore and try to be more understanding of the Poly world.
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