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“If you want all the security of a relationship and the fun of sleeping with whoever you want, it seems like you’re trying to have your cake and eat it too,” I told him.
“You can’t just do whatever you want without taking into account how it’ll hurt the person you love.” “The goal isn’t to do whatever you want,” he said.
One night, Sam came over late and started complaining about what a nag his wife was and what a relief it was to see me. “I am not the person you go to to complain about your wife,” I said.
As my interest in him grew, so did my intrigue in the arrangement he had proposed.
I had never considered the idea that being polyamorous could be self One night shortly after that, my dog’s stomach was upset and he woke me up four times in the middle of the night begging to go outside.
Afterwards, I was surprised to realize I hadn’t been at all angry with him for making me go outside in the middle of the polar vortex—all I cared about was that he was OK.
“With my ex-girlfriend, I didn’t even sleep with other women because I didn’t have the time, but she did and I was OK with that.
Because the goal is to have unconditional love, to get to a place where you love someone so selflessly that your reaction to them being with someone else is to be happy for them as opposed to jealous.” “That’s interesting,” I thought.
When I’m into someone, I can’t bear to even consider sleeping with anyone else, and finding out my partner doesn’t feel the same way has been horrifying in the past.