Nailing jelly to the wall

Nailing jelly to the wall is tough

We all have difficulty times in our lives, it’s how we deal with them that defines who we are as people.

Facing up to the effects or impact of our own actions and decisions is probably one of the toughest things to do.

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Why is polyamory so hard?

Polyamory is hard some times

I’ve been struggling to find time to write anything during the last couple of weeks due to pressures at work, being ill and strained relationships.

It’s really hard to explain how time consuming and stressful being polyamorus can be, especially when communication becomes poor due to external pressures of life.

Finding time is probably one, if not the biggest issues and quality time doubly so. I really need to work upon my time management skills a bit more and make sure that I’m paying a reasonable level of relationship rent to all my partners.

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Fair and Equal


I’ve been thinking a lot over the last few days about the concepts of equality and fairness within polyamorus relationships. Both seem like perfectly reasonable goals and ideals to seek, especially when dealing with multiple partners.

Personally I’m not a great fan of hierarchical labels, specifically “secondary”, which always inadvertently suggests a lack of emotional commitment or disposability.

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I was lucky enough to come across the following piece of writing (pun intended) and thought it highly worthy of reblogging.

It’s good when you find something that puts a smile on your face just before you go to sleep.

This piece particularly interests me, because of the dynamic it describes and the overall experience.

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