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 wife and I recently opened up with an agreement that we don’t talk directly with each other’s dates. But how can we make sure that the women I’m dating can trust that we are in an honest and consensual open marriage?
“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?”
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?
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?
My husband started dating someone new about a year ago. At first, I was really happy to see my husband be happy. But when she moved in a couple months ago, I started noticing a couple warning signs. I feel so lost and exhausted about how to approach this with my husband. Am I just overreacting?
My girlfriend sometimes shares positive polyamory memes and visits poly-friendly platforms, even though she has consistently reassured me that we are in an exclusive relationship. I just don’t feel reassured, especially as it pertains to her bisexuality. Is she closeted about her polyamorous identity?
My husband was very much against opening up our marriage two years ago, but I finally convinced him when I started dating my coworker. My husband even found a girlfriend for himself a year ago. Last month, my boyfriend broke up with me and I’m no longer into the idea of the open marriage. What should I do?
After fourteen years together with my husband, I am starting to get really depressed thinking about how he will be the only person I have sex with until I die. We briefly talked about non-monogamy, but he is unwilling to experiment. How do I deal with the struggle with monogamy? How can I stay content with my husband?
My partner and I have been dating for a few years, non-monogamous from the start. She connected with a stable secondary partner of two months recently, but this is the first time any of us had a stable connection outside of ours. We disagree on who we should spend the holidays with. Am I being too selfish?