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Polyamory Positive Proclamations: A Success Story Thread!


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Guest QueenJellybean

hello everyone~!

i really love reading success stories in the community, but i'd really love our lil' polya community to get some more love.

i feel like a lot of folks have a negative view of polyamory due to their own past experiences, and while i'll admit

that i've definitely had some bad polyamory experiences, 

this lifestyle was still one of the best decisions of my life.

 

so, i invite you to share your polyamory success stories!

tell us about your happy polyamory relationships, or your favorite polyamory moments! 

let's all bask in the love of lovin' love! 

 

i'll start: 

something that makes me very, very happy to think about is the little things. 

coming home to a full house.

cuddling with my metamours while The Giant makes dinner.

always having someone to talk to who will understand.

the sound of The Giant laughing on a call with his partner downstairs while I'm upstairs on a call of my own.

knowing how each of my partners says "i love you" differently.

having a different playlist for every relationship. 
running in the airport to attack hug a partner/metamour you haven't seen in a while. 

 

and a big one that makes my heart glow is the deep connectivity and support in my life. 

the fact that i'm being married to my ten-year relationship by my partner and it will be witnessed by another partner. 

the fact that my two best friends are also dating the same person as me, so they get to share in his love. 

the fact that i had multiple people waiting for me in the recovery room when i woke up from my surgery.

the fact that i know i've got support and love when The Giant and I have to deal with his father's medical crisis. 

the fact that it would take a single call to get half of my polycule here on the next flight out. 

that kind of support is invaluable to me. 

 

tell me about yours!

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My wife and I have been married for 13 years next month and we've been together with my Daddy for the past 18 months. Being in a polyamorous relationship was honestly something I had never considered. I met my Daddy at a conference in Novemver 2917 and we hit things off very quickly, not as a Daddy and a little but as two adults.

 

After a week or so of talking together, something of which my wife was fully aware, he asked if I was interested in dating. I reminded him I was married but I was very interested so I sat down and shared my feelings with my wife. I was honestly scared she might leave me, be disgusted, disappointed or so many other things. Instead she laughed, gave me a hug and told me before we got married she always knew at some point she would share me with someone else and that she married me being very comfortable with that fact.

 

We discussed the framework as this was totally new to the three of us. My wife laid down one rule very clearly, no sex between my Daddy and I until the New year. I was a bit upset because I didnt understand and it seemed arbitrary. She asked if I trusted her which of course I did and do, so my Daddy and I respected the rule. In January my wife asked if I understood why, I didn't. She told me she was willing to welcome a man into our lives and relationship and share me with him IF it was based on love, not just sex. That rule was very insightful and so important.

 

Over the past 18 months all three of us have grown stronger as people, more open, more resilient, more loving. Weve shared great times like his 19th birthday, camping, his first art show, my wife's promotion, me coming out as a strong gender fluid man/woman, celebrations but also hard times like the death of my father, awful moments of gender dysphoria, family struggles and more.

 

Our relationship isnt about the good times or bad, it's about fully sharing our lives and supporting each other. It's about sharing the little joys each day, surprising one another with a tea or a coffee after a hard day, cuddling up and watching a movie, baking at Christmas, playing card games together and most importantly sharing our love.

 

The three of us complete, strengthen and love one another, each pairing in their own unique way but in a bonding and strengthening way. It's not always easy but for us it is always worth it and we wouldn't have it any other way, even though it was never anything we sought out.

 

Little kaiya

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Guest QueenJellybean

Our relationship isnt about the good times or bad, it's about fully sharing our lives and supporting each other. It's about sharing the little joys each day, surprising one another with a tea or a coffee after a hard day, cuddling up and watching a movie, baking at Christmas, playing card games together and most importantly sharing our love.

 

 

 

this. 

this made my heart swell so much!

it's the little things, for sure.

some of my favorite moments are nights when it's three or four of us in bed, watching something and all cuddled up, or casually touching. 

me brushing my metamour's hair, a leg draped over The Giant. 

The Giant reading to us while we cuddle up to him. 

it's that feeling of unity.

 

ugh, thank you.

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Gosh, this sounds so beautiful. I just want to doodle hearts all over this thread.

 

I haven't been a part of a polycule so far. But hearing about them gives me more intense feelings than any other kind of love story I've ever read, seen or heard about. There's just something about them that resonates deeply with me.

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