Welcome To The Future Green Road Sign with Copy Room Over The Dramatic Clouds and Sky.
I’m having an interesting time right now, I resigned from my current job yesterday and have a new one starting in the middle of November.
One of my romantic relationships has started it’s transition into more of a friendship because I really want to keep that person in my life in some way.
Continue reading “Planning for the future”
Polyamorous people tend to think about relationships a lot. I’m no exception, hence the blog. What I want to investigate in this post is the concept of the transactional and altruistic relationship models.
So let’s first define and agree what we mean by the term “transactional relationship” and why it’s an important stage in any relationship.
Continue reading “Transactional vs Altruistic relationship models”
Vice.com just put out an article about people seeking to qualify polyamory as a sexual orientation. It’s not, but don’t stop reading. Polyamorous folks seeking to qualify polyamory as a…
Polyamory as a Sexual Orientation???
An interesting article I stumbled across sometime back and thought worth sharing in the future. That moment is now 😊
“Dear rope people,
The takate kote is not the only way to tie someone up. There are plenty of other ways to tie someone up. You don’t have to put the arms behind the back. In fact, you don’t …”
Open letter to rope people
For romantic relationships in general there are three key factors
Two of these factors are finite and one is considered infinite from a polyamorous perspect (Love).
Continue reading “Love Rich but Time Poor”
Nothing can do more damage or kill a relationship than a lie.
A lie is defined as an intentional false and misleading statement or deception by omission. It can also be seen to include any action or failure to correct a pre-existing misconception.
Continue reading “Lying with silence”
I find myself in the rather unfortunate position of what I’ve decided to call a relationship transition.
I avoiding the usage of the term “breakup” because that usual infers a complete breakdown in all contact, and I’m hoping that’s not going to be the case.
Continue reading “All good things”