Life has been somewhat busy for the last few months, I’ve completed a large complex two year project for my last client and moved on to a new client this week.
I’ve been staying with my girlfriends family during the week for the last three months and they’ve been wonderful and accepting, but I have missed my own space. That’s why I’m really happy about just moving into a new flat, which has been a bit of an additional challenge while changing jobs.
Continue reading “Back to work again…”
What can you do when someone you love decides they aren’t poly?
This is a situation that I’ve read about many times on various blogs and forums. It seems to occur on a regular basis when an existing couple decide to try opening up their existing relationship and it just doesn’t work out for one of the parties.
The impact of this change of mind can be truly profound for all parties involved and the subsequent emotional eruptions that it causes can shake the very foundations of their worlds.
Continue reading “Changes”
I read the following blog post a while back and filed it under something to reblog in the future.
It makes some good points about the potential impact of personal insecurity and the damage it can cause to a precious relationship.
Add a liberal sprinkling of depression to the mix and you have a perfect toxic cocktail for disaster.
Definitely food for thought and make some soul searching self analysis.
Continue reading “Insecurity Kills Relationships”
It’s always good to hear about other people past experiences and personal journeys of discovery.
I came across the following little gem of a blog post while checking a new follower site out, I should add that I was not disappointed.
Continue reading “73. Pube Shaving Party”
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking over the course of this weekend and it all sits around three simple questions.
- What do I want?
- What do I need?
- What do I desire?
These three little questions are probably the most important ones that I ask myself repeatedly on a regular basis.
Continue reading “Three little questions”
As I’m sure you are aware, there is a concept within modern sexual culture about unicorns.
This term is generally used to describe an attractive, bisexual, single woman (who isn’t too crazy and likely to become a bunny boiler), and who would be delighted to join a couple for a threesome with no strings attached.
That combination, while not being impossible is extremely difficult to find. Hence the term unicorn is applied because they are basically a rare and mythical creature.
You may have noticed lately that there appears to be another class of individuals that women are lamenting doesn’t really exist and has been similarly labelled.
The title of “unicorns” can now also be applied to men that are between the ages of 35 and 60. They need to be attractive, smart, professional, successful, confident, heterosexual and ideally still sexually potent, they should also be looking for a long term, committed and monogamous relationship.
These illusive creatures are the “happily ever-after guys”.
Continue reading “The male unicorn”
Last night my wife had a second date and by the sounds of it, it went really well.
She had a good time and it seems like lots of talking went on most of the evening.
I find myself walking a fine line between trying to maintain a suitable level of distance, wanting to be supportive and needing to make sure that’s she’s okay.
Continue reading “Compersion for my wife”
Well so far today I’ve managed to apply for just under fifty new roles. I tend to find that carpet bombing agencies with my curriculum vitae tends to get the ball rolling fairly quickly.
Aside from that I’m just feeling a bit restless, I hate the uncertainty when I’m shifting between clients and the potentially knock on effect it has on those around me that I care about.
Continue reading “One of those days”
The decision to potentially explore Polyamory as a couple, is a very daunting one when it happens.
However, much of the current research suggests and tends to agree that a couple has a very good chance of being able to make the adjust to nonexclusivity if at least some of the following basic pre-conditions exist:
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Have you ever wondered why you miss someone, is it because you love that person, like that person or maybe it’s just an infatuation?
We will keep on trying to discover what the reason for missing that person really is. Searching to identify the reason or magic ingredient that we desire, need or want.
Continue reading “Missing Someone”