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Old 04-13-2013, 01:59 PM
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Why can he have his cake and eat it too? Yet you would not be allowed to do the same. That is selfish on his part.
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Old 04-13-2013, 02:33 PM
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That is just the way our relationship is. I have no need or want to be with anyone else. I am bi and think another woman would add to our relationship. There was a time where he offered for me to have my cake and eat it to but I am quite satified with the cake that I have. He is more of the floater, the one who likes to wonder. I have taken on the roll of just pleasing him.
Im sure it does not make sence to most people but thats just the way we are.
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Old 04-13-2013, 03:41 PM
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Can I just say, from an outside perspective, a poly bi woman, just from what you posted here, this is what I see:

"We are a committed, long term couple looking for a woman that will be interested in dating both of us, romantically involved with the husband, perhaps the wife, be home for the wife when the husband is traveling, home with the husband when the wife is traveling, and add to our marriage."

My first reaction is, "Get a dog". Think about what the third person gets out of this arrangement. Also, being in love with hubby is not enough. You've thought about how warm and cozy she will fit into your life, but again, almost like you would a pet. What do you offer her? If the answer is only a stable home, a roof over her head, companionship, then it's not enough. Start substituting a puppy for the girl and if the only thing that is different is sex, you have much more to figure out and work on.
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