Polyamorous relationships can be described as ethical non-monogamy.
Sometimes, in a monogamous relationship, it can feel like your partner doesn’t fully understand you.
This is only natural since it’s almost impossible to be fully compatible with one person.
Therefore, if one partner doesn’t meet certain needs, you can rely on the other one.
However, in polyamorous relationships, you have the freedom to share your love with multiple people without any insecurities.
They say that this breeds healthier relationships not just with your partner(s) but also with everyone you interact with.
Contrary to what many believe, non-monogamous relationships also have rules.
Actually, people in this kind of relationship are strict on what they allow and what they don’t.
Whether you like it or not, people will take notice of a polyamorous couple and most of them won’t be kind.
They’ll question your morality and upbringing and you have to be prepared for all of it.
One partner may force the other to be in a polyamorous relationship especially if they have an upper hand.
They could use financial, emotional, or physical power over the other.
We naturally want our partners all to ourselves and the thought of sharing them with someone else can breed jealousy.
Open relationships are not for everybody. Please make sure both you and your partner both want to try these relationships.
Remember that polyamory is a consensual agreement and if you’re not comfortable with it, you should never agree.