I have completed the first few months of my new contract and it’s been very different from pretty much anything else I’ve done in the last 20 years.
I’m back in a business suit for the first time in over ten years, which has been a bit of a shock to the system along with really early starts.
Continue reading “Breaking the ice”
Today is going to be interesting, it’s a new milestone within our relationship. She is off to meet someone she’s been chatting with for a while. Not really a date, just a toe in the water.
Something I’ve learned since make the move into polyamory, you have to let people navigate their own path and try new things.
Continue reading “New milestone”
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”
This is with luck the first of many posts that will be submitted for a reblog by followers of the blog the celebrate breaking through the 300 followers level.
Interesting enough it’s actually one I’d already saved away for a rainy day 🙂
Continue reading “In defense of polyamory”
Nothing else seems to have quite the same destructive potential as the dreaded ‘V’ word.
It’s the equivalent of a tactical nuke when deployed in a relationship. Just the threat of it can be enough to curb unwanted or undesirable actions and behaviour. But here lies the problem, launching this relationship weapon often blows everything apart. That’s the nature of going nuclear.
So maybe, and this is just a possible suggestion…(so please don’t getting to annoyed about it) we should ban the veto and replace it with something else. Let’s all wave a final goodbye to the V word, no one should really feel the need for veto power if they are safe and secure about their own place in the world and relationships.
Continue reading “Say goodbye to the V word”
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”
This week has been a bit tough, but I finally got something off my chest and it went pretty well, I finally told my mother that I’m poly.
I’m not really sure how I expected it to play out, but it felt good to finally come clean and explain how I feel and why.
As the saying goes “The truth will set you free”.
I only wish that I’d had the courage to do it before, but there never seemed like a good time, perhaps there never is if it’s not done right at the beginning.
Continue reading “The truth will set you free”
I thought it might be fun to put together by own personal A-Z of polyamory
For me personally my poly journey has most definitely been the cause of a very unexpected and strong emotional reaction
Other Contenders: Astonishing, astounding, awesome, assumption
There is nothing more beautiful to behold than seeing love in action. It also sums up how I feel about those that I love and choose to love me
Special Mentions: Bliss, brave, bold, bonded, bound, better
Continue reading “A to Z of polyamory”
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”