Dating Charles meant I had to reconcile myself to being one of many, but I also discovered that did nothing to lessen my appeal.
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Some of them directly pointed out attractive women who were thinner, younger or, in one case, more innocent-acting than me.
Others did not, but I still assumed they were at risk whenever a thinner, younger, more attractive, different woman was around.
Every time someone chooses you, it affirms your relationship – even more so if they have a choice to be with someone else.
If your partner is flirting with someone else but comes home with you, they do so in freedom.I'm not secretly hoping he'll change his mind the more he falls in love, which means not storing up disappointment for the future. The end isn't The End Poly relationships have more ebb and flow and more overlap.Things are more likely to develop into something else than to end. I've always hated mine in the end or, at the very minimum, felt a lack of interest bordering on hate."When they leave me, it's usually for The One," my lover, Charles, said.I was gushing about the new man in my life, and Charles was adjusting admirably to the news. That's the deal for a man in a polyamorous, open marriage who dates multiple partners.“Unlike other dating websites, it’s my commitment to operate our business ethically.