Polyamory is a lifestyle in which one person can love more partners at the same time with commitment, honesty, passion, and romance. One of the main pillars of these relationships is talking and setting boundaries, which brings partners together.
There is not just one recipe for love. By adding more or less sugar and spices, each of us creates our own unique version. That’s why we decided to find out more about polyamorous relationships and their benefits.
People Are Polyamorous By Nature
Our ancestors were polyamorous, but later, monogamy took its place. However, according to the survey, only a few people are truly monogamous because many people divorce and start new relationships, which is actually serial monogamy.
And according to statistics, about 53% of divorces in America are due to infidelity.
Polyamorous Relationships Are Honest And Transparent
Many people confuse polyamory with infidelity, but polyamorous families never go out of their way to do things behind their partner’s back. In this type of relationship, partners do not hide their other relationships or emotions.
They feel free to talk openly about the other couples they are dating and do not feel guilty about expressing love to multiple partners.
Different Partners Can Satisfy Different Needs
Sometimes in monogamous relationships, one partner may have trouble expressing feelings and emotions about the other. In such cases, the emotionally dissatisfied partner usually becomes angry and frustrated and tries to change partners.
In polyamorous relationships, this problem may not even occur, as the partner who needs more emotional ties may find another partner who can fill the emotional void.
Boredom Won’t Be One Of The Causes Of The End Of Your Relationship
Many marriages end out of boredom. But the diversity that polyamorous relationships foster keeps couples from drowning in their daily routine.
For example, if one partner is calm and wants to spend more time at home, the other partner may be the opposite and satisfy your adventurous side.
People Practicing Polyamory Are Less Prone To Jealousy
Polyamorous couples feel jealous, especially at the beginning of their relationships. However, they talk openly with their partner about their feelings and emotions, which helps them overcome them and deal with that fear.
What are your thoughts on polyamorous relationships? Have you ever considered being in one?
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