Happily ever after and poly

Happily ever after and polyamorus because love sets your

Here’s a very interesting and search question for those within the poly community.

Is it possible to actually be poly and find that elusive happily ever after feeling?

If we first start by throwing out the widely accepted starvation economy model regarding love, we may all stand a chance I guess.

My track record to date has been somewhat checkered over the last few years. Some relationships have failed, others struggled and one in particular has bloomed.

But is happily ever after really possible…

I have great hopes, I do my best to practise what I preach and I’m always looking to learn from my mistakes so that my life and that of my partners continuely improves.

I have good days, I have bad ones, but I’m always looking to move forward.

For many years I’ve felt lost, but I can honestly say that now I’ve truly found myself. It has meant that some major changes have had to happen, but in balance they have all been for the overall better good of my situation.

Accepting change has almost become a way of life for me these days and that has been a very tough lesson to learn.

Plans change, along with aspirations, I still want that “happily ever after” but now it is likely to involve a few more people than I originally envisaged.

I suppose only time will tell.

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3 thoughts on “Happily ever after and poly

  1. I think “happily ever after” is a contradiction in terms. If you are happy always, then that state of being becomes the new normal, and no longer feels like happiness. For “happy” to exist, there needs to be some contrast. I certainly think there is such a thing as “content ever after”, and that’s rather easy to attain, because it’s all up to you to be content. Nobody can stop you. So maybe the question needs to be rephrased? “Is it possible to find partners with whom I can be content ever after?” Well, I sure hope so. The future is so hard to predict, but I think I’m on the right track. Starting with the decision to take care of my own needs.

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