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Old 05-06-2013, 06:12 AM
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Well hello =)

Thought I'd intoduce myself. I'm bisexual, and polyamorous.

I am currently the Hinge in a Polyfidelous V relationship.

Both of my relationships are 100% committed poly/mono relationships. I'm the only poly one.

I am legally married to my high school sweetheart and we have 3 gorgeous kids. He chooses to be monogamous.

I am engaged to the most wonderful man who also chooses to be monogamous and we are discussing having a child as well as sealing our relationship with a wedding ceremony.

I have always been polyamorous. As far back as the age of 6, I don't ever remember imagining myself with more or less than 2 people. I practiced polyamory until the day I got married at 16 after which I spent a good number of years denying it in an effort to make my husband happy and it was emotionally breaking me down and destroying who I was as a person. I finally came out as bisexual when I was 19 and the fact that I was also unable to continue attempting to be monogamous soon followed it a few years later.
I am 100% committed both of my guys and only them and they to me. I have no desire to go outside of that. The combination completes me in such a way that i never thought was possible. Before I always felt like something was missing, but now i feel complete and I am so very thankful for the both of them.

We are not without our fair share of problems, but I'm hoping with the help of new friends I can find some answers within this group that are much needed.
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Old 05-06-2013, 09:10 PM
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Hi AKpolygirl,
Welcome to our forum.

How lucky to have such a nice dynamic in your V relationship. I am also in a V relationship, but we had to get through some rocky years in the beginning.

I hope Polyamory.com is a good experience for you. I have found it to be helpful. Have a look at some of our threads (use search and tag search if desired), and post any thoughts or questions you may have.

Glad to have you with us.
Sincerely,
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Old 05-07-2013, 07:11 PM
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Hi AKpolygirl

Welcome to the forum. Does your husband and your fiancÚ have a friendship and/or communicate?
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Old 05-15-2013, 04:24 AM
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Yes, They were co-workers before I met my fiance. We had a rocky start at first, but they've always had a friendship.

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Hi AKpolygirl

Welcome to the forum. Does your husband and your fiancÚ have a friendship and/or communicate?
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