My friend might have misread my intention when I opened up to him about being polyamorous. He kept on insinuating that I was the one coming onto him, even though I told him I was never interested. I am so confused on how to deal with this.
My husband and I opened up recently. He doesn’t really want to date, but is okay with me dating others. As I’ve made new connections and started talking to new people, I’m decidedly unsure how much I should talk about my other connections with my husband. How much should I share?
My nesting partner and I are dating a couple together. Recently, I realized that all of our scheduling revolves around the other couple. There are kids and jobs and logistics to consider. How can I address my hurt in a non-confrontational way?
My partner and I met up to do a full swap with another couple, and I couldn’t rise to the occasion. I feel so angry with myself and I am worried that I soured the entire experience. How can we get past this?
“I just discovered that a married couple I’m close to is going through a separation. Over time, I discovered that she forced polyamory upon her husband, and was the eventual cause to the breakup. How can I hold her accountable without alienating her?”
I recently started dating a man who on paper seems like the perfect partner. Mostly things are going okay. But I’m just not feeling it. I get anxious about discussing the future and have trouble being vulnerable around him. Should I break up?
My girlfriend recently found out that her best friend is interested in watching us have sex. She was so excited that said yes before she even had an opportunity to check in with me. Is this a good idea?
My husband and I opened up about two years ago as a hotwife. Over those two years, it was all about me dating others. But my husband started dating recently, and I have been experiencing intense jealousy and sadness while he is on his solo dates. I recognize that this is hypocritical. Should I just suck it up?
This new year, I want to take some courses or even start my own business. When I told my husband, he got defensive and said that he didn’t think I should ever quit my job just because I didn’t feel fulfilled. We are both hurt. How can we get past this?
I have been dating my non-nesting partner for two years. I have recently come into realization that we never had an opportunity to talk about our financial goals and retirement plans. I am scared about bringing this up with my partner, especially since we each have our respective nesting spouses and do not share finances with each other. How can I start this discussion with my partner?