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I never thought I would find myself in this situation, but here I am. I've been dating my partner for a few months now, and things have been going great. We have a strong connection, great chemistry and we're comfortable with each other. But there's one thing that I haven't told him and I'm not sure how he'll react when he finds out. You see, I'm polyamorous. I believe in having multiple romantic and/or ***ual relationships at the same time, with the knowledge and consent of everyone involved. And while I've been open and honest with my partner about my beliefs and lifestyle, I haven't yet told him that I'm currently seeing someone else. I know that for some people, the idea of being in a non-monogamous relationship is unthinkable. But for me, it's just a natural part of who I am. I believe that love and intimacy are not limited resources and that it's possible to have deep, meaningful connections with more than one person at a time. I'm not sure how my partner will react when I tell him, but I know that I need to be true to myself and my beliefs. I hope that he can understand and accept me for who I am, but I also know that it's possible that he won't. And if that's the case, I'll have to accept that this relationship may not be the right fit for me. But I also want to remind everyone that everyone has the right to make their own choices about their relationships and how they want to love and be loved. And just because something may not be the norm or traditional, it doesn't mean it's wrong. What are your thoughts on polyamorous relationships? Share in the comments below.

Comments (4)

Allergicto The OP's willingness to be open and honest about their experiences shows true strength and courage. We should all strive to understand and accept different forms of love.
2 months ago
Rockfella The OP's approach to relationships is selfish and disrespectful. Real love is about commitment and loyalty. Instead of looking for multiple partners, work on improving communication and trust in your current relationship.
2 months ago
NeonNinja I disagree with this way of thinking. Everyone should have the freedom to define and practice love in their own way. Polyamory may not be for everyone, but that doesn't make it wrong.
2 months ago
Blossombae Polyamory is just an excuse for cheating. Real love is monogamous.
2 months ago

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