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Questions about polyamory


Fatherofroses
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So I recently discovered( well more finally realized) that I'm polyamorous and I have a ton of questions about it I was wondering if anyone here has experience with it. If so I was hoping someone could give me an introduction to the basic proponents of polyamory. And if anyone will allow me to use them as a sounding board to bounce ideas, fears, and hopes off of that would be great as well.
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Being polyamorous can mean many things to many different people. My wife, Daddy and I are polyamorous and have been together for the past year and a half. I wont even pretend to have all the answers but we're quite willing to speak with you if you would like.

 

Little kaiya

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Being polyamorous can mean many things to many different people. My wife, Daddy and I are polyamorous and have been together for the past year and a half. I wont even pretend to have all the answers but were quite to speak with you if you would like.

Little kaiya

I would very much appreciate that

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I would very much appreciate that

We've sent you a friend request so we can talk directly.

 

Little kaiya

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Like little Little kaiya said polyamory can mean different things to different people and there is also no one or right way to be poly. I would also be happy to chat if you want another viewpoint. I definitely don't have all the answers and i am still making mistakes and learning but I would be happy to share what I have learned thus far. 

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Personal advice, keep is small. triads are best especially to someone new to poly. 

 

the more people in a poly group the more potential for crazy problems to appear. 

 

Of course in poly you get the benefit of more support, more care, more attention. But you also have more emotional issues, more chance for arguments, and more problems if you aren't in a relationship with the right people. 

 

This is just my experience and not everyone's just to clarify. But I still think it's very good advice. 

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