At this point in my life, I’ve dated quite a lot. Some of those experiences were great and others… well, not so much.
Plenty of course fell in between.
One thing I’ve found that people vary wildly on is their willingness to offer support to their partners. Some people I’ve dated seemed to thrive on findings ways to support me, » Read more
As I’ve written many times before, when it came to polyamory, I was not someone who was a born natural. Where a lot of other polyamorous educators I’ve known and worked with say they’ve been polyamorous their entire lives, I honestly haven’t always known it was a relationship style I’d be interested in pursuing. Instead, » Read more
“What are you majoring in?” Todd asks her.
“Nursing,” she says.
He tells her that he has professional contacts who work at an area hospital system, one with a robust student loan forgiveness program. They say it’s a good place to work and that they’re treated well.
She’s young. » Read more
“You’re polyamorous?” she asks me.
I nod. “Yup, been poly for a while now.”
“What’s poly?” she asks.
I explain polyamory. The concept of openness to multiple committed, loving relationships. Ethical non-monogamy. And the broad strokes of how it plays in my own life.
She clutches her husband’s arm. » Read more