I get why it would be a great approach, but I think in reality it wouldn't be so straight forward. Relationships in general bring out people's deepest fears and insecurities, and I could imagine that in a polygamous relationship one person would be driven insane with jealousy, while the other one would be perfectly content with the arrangement...
Originally Posted by Grumpycakes
Yeah, good point. Probably goes deeper on both sides too... If I'm to be totally honest, being the temptress initially is probably my way of trying to captivate the guy. Not to say I don't like having loads of sex, but maybe I've played up to it in the past.
Originally Posted by RitaRose
Originally Posted by kenn
The relationship I'm referring to was five years ago, and I did break up with the SO, who subsequently did find happiness. I have no sex drive right now because of a hormonal imbalance (oestrogen dominance) and borderline hypothyroidism.
Thanks for your concern.
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