The idea of loving dozens of people at once is appealing to many people, myself included.
Hopefully through careful consideration and deep introspection, you’ll be better equipped to make an informed decision and navigate successfully through the exciting and complex world of polyamory and dating.
This can be even more so when you have multiple partners, especially since difficulties and insecurities in one relationship could spill over into another.
For example, if one partner is dishonest with you, you might feel like you’re unable to trust them.
Bringing more people into a toxic situation can cause a great amount of distress for everyone involved.
One of the first things I think about when I meet someone I’m very attracted to is whether my current partner likes them.
I didn’t know how to go about entering the relationship.
I didn’t know what conversations to have with my new partner, what sort of problems would arise, and how to tackle them.
(This first sentence says nothing eye-catching about the woman and is very bland, and boring). (still, nothing thought provoking or attractive) I am very spontaneous and I love the outdoors, watching movies, dancing, and traveling. (Finally something somewhat interesting that she says about herself).The truth is, I felt anxious about whether I’d have the time and energy for someone else.I feared that a break-up with one person would lead to a break-up with the other.Since my partner is a very perceptive, thoughtful person, I trust their judgement.It could be indicative of deeper underlying issues with your family, current partner, or potential new partner. I know this will be an issue when I enter relationships, so I try to be upfront about it.