Advice from a polyamory coach on dealing with relationship jealousy | SBS Sexuality
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My personal experience with poly relationships is extremely negative however I recognize that in my case, the problem was the people involved.
Screw romance, all I need is friends and cats.
It's a thing in reality, so why can't it be a thing in fiction? I'd say go for it! I'd like to see one where jealousy happens, where miscommunication happens and the reality a poly relationship is tricky to manage unless everyone can agree on everything and its not for everyone.
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Really tired of people sugar coating what essentially is a school group project based on romance. We need realism folks.
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I would probably never be in one, for me is hard enough to trust one person to be in a relationship so imagine two or more The brother of one of the main characters is in one. Two were dismissed on the basis of "no books in his house" and "rude to Bengali waiter" among other factors. My tendency towards male partners who are my age or older has held steady, but I am finding a good deal of variety even within this field. There is also a very likely other, who would make for a current total of 4.
Much less than I have experienced in some of my monogamous relationships, likely because everyone is self-aware about having to address the possibility, and the lack of resentment or feeling of being duped that would happen with cheating on contract.
Also, since all of us are interested in having more than one relationship, it is in clear conflict with self-interest to stomp on that desire in other. However, I must admit that this is a little bit "iffy" with my newest partner, because it is almost like I am informing or reminding him that it is in his self-interest too.
Every one of my relationships exists for reasons other than sex. In simplest terms, one exists for shared devotion to permaculture and community activism, another exists due to desire for romance and shared devotion to issues concerning social justice, and the third exists for recreational companionship and shared sense of humor. The Permaculture Manager makes me feel intermittently like a caramel-filled chocolate bar draped on top of a lightbulb or a little buddy.
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The DeadPan-Neurotic Cowboy makes me feel relatively calm and centered, yet also frequently made to laugh. If my 4th relationship with the MuseumMan comes into being, it will be somewhat adjunct to my relationship with the Peacemaker, but may also fulfill some recreational companionship needs.
Also, bottom-line being that I simply can not and do not have sexual relationships with men with whom I can not also share interesting conversation. Of course, since it is rare for me to encounter a man my age or older who is capable of intelligent conversation, but in possession of fewer funds than me, it is rarely the case that I am the one who is picking up the bill at dinner, but a lot of that has to do with these oh-so-very-busy men not wanting to be inconvenienced, as opposed to paying P.
Classic tricks like journaling or taking deep breaths may help quiet your internal alarm, but Blue recommends something else: Some people may find they carry it in their shoulders; others experience a sinking feeling in their chest, or heaviness in their gut. Finding the bodily manifestation of the emotion can help you calm down — which, in turn, leaves you free to turn your attention to investigating what made you feel that way.
Once you pinpoint the root of your jealousy, you can begin to move on from it. Recognise your cognitive traps At one point or another, we all fall victim to cognitive traps that turn a neutral situation into a crisis. Yet another is fortune-telling, when you predict the future actions of your partner and imagine them leaving you.