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The monk who taught me about love

The monk who taught me about love

We met each other at work. He was a longtime salesman, and I had just started working as a recruitment coordinator on the same floor. I liked him from the very first moment. He was humorous, sociable, and self-confident. After two weeks and several lunch breaks together, he asked me to go out with him. A month later we were officially a couple. We were in love. It was a perfect match. We came from...

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Help! My partner might fall in love with another person

Help! My partner might fall in love with another person

What should I do? Encourage him! Yes, exactly that. Encourage him and support him, even though it seems that you are the one needing support. Remember that you are now a type of security, a framework for his life, because of you he can confidently explore new loves with the knowledge that you are his rock. He can go farther, be more daring, and he will come back to you with more confident and grat...

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How to respond to criticism of the polyamorous way of life

How to respond to criticism of the polyamorous way of life

With time you will discover that most people have no idea whatsoever what polyamory is, and some assume by mistake that it means polygamy. Unfortunately, even when you explain to them for the first time what polyamory is, they will still think that it is another kind of polygamy, an open relationship or swinging couples, and therefore you might want to tell them about the differences between them ...

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Should tell people that I am polyamorous on the first date?

Should tell people that I am polyamorous on the first date?

When you are on a date, assume that the other party has a monogamous view. Should you share with him that you are polyamorous? The answer is unequivocal: definitely not! The moment you declare that you are able to love more than one person, the emotions that will engulf him and all the negative issues you can imagine will go through his mind. Outwardly, people want to be seen as liberal. They will...

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