Saturday, January 19, 2013

Some Unique Benefits to Polyamory

We get "7 Unique Benefits of a Polyamorous Relationship" from at According to her, some of these benefits include added support and less pressure. I agree that with the right people, this is true. Go read it yourself.

There are tradeoffs for any relationship, and with polyamorous relationships there are some benefits, and some people find some benefits with monogamous relationships. For someone who needs polyamory, however (someone who is polyamorous as part of who they are, dating or not), the tradeoff in promising monogamy is usually too big.

As Jensen notes, polyamory isn't for everyone. But it is for some.
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