I found the following blog post in my daily field quite a while ago and squirreled it away for a suitable moment.
Take the time to read it through and I think you’ll agree it’s worth it.
“Couples that are codependent scare me. Codependant Polyamorous couples terrify me…
Continue reading “Attached At The Hip- A Poly Horror Film”
I’ve noticed a bit of a disturbing trend and shift in people calling themselves polyamorous, when what they really mean is polysexual.
I’ve also noticed that in several articles that I’ve read recently that there is a playing down or complete removal of the love component from the writers views about polyamory.
So I’m really beginning to wonder what’s actually happening out there, in the ever expanding landscape of ethical non-monogamy and relationship anarchy; Is love now officially a dirty word?
Continue reading “From Poly with Love?”
I had a bit of a revelation earlier this week surround this very simple word “Sorry” and it’s personal meaning for me.
As a word it can be used in so many different ways; to express sadness, sympathy, disappointment, polite refusal and of course an apology.
Continue reading “Sorry…”
One of the most critical parts of polyamory is being completely open, honest and truthful about sexual history and activity. A polycule is only as stong as the weakest link, it just takes one person doing something irresponsible to bring the whole world crashing down.
Continue reading “The Danger Of Using STI Risk To Control Others”
I’ve found myself using the phrase “It’s complicated.” quite a lot in the past few months, because it’s true.
There’s lots going on in my life at the moment and I can’t help feeling that most of it is really beyond my control.
Continue reading “It’s complicated…”
We all wear masks in some shape or form, it’s only when someone drops their mask that we truly see them for who they are.
During my life I have personally worn many masks and projected various personas at different times. Some for quite a while and others in or under particular situations.
Continue reading “Behind the mask”
No matter how good you or your partners think you are at being open and polyamorus there is bound to be a time that you feel jealous.
The key with jealousy is not avoiding or denying it, but dealing with it when it arrives. Don’t ignore it, don’t shut it away in the back of your mind, it will grow.
Talking about jealousy is extremely important because it matters. It will affect everyone in the relationships.
Continue reading “Jealousy – Face the facts”
I read a quote this morning and it started me thinking. It’s just one of those simple mem quotes we find all over the Internet.
“If a man expects a woman to be an angel in his life, he must first create heaven for her. Angel’s don’t live in hell.”
Continue reading “Heaven and Hell”
I really haven’t been in the right mood to write anything really meaningful over the last few months. Life has been a bit difficult to be honest, especially due to the changes going on within one of my relationships.
I won’t go into too much detail but things are really starting to improve after some tough conversations. It’s amazing how polyamory can cause you to really take a long hard look at facets of your life and relationships that you’ve either overlooked or neglected.
Continue reading “Polyamory and seasonal holidays”