Polyamory is no longer a small, unknown subculture. Seventeen percent of people ages have been consensually non-monogamous , according to a YouGov poll. As more and more people learn about polyamory as a viable option, the question of how to ask your partner about opening your relationship is on many people's minds. Some don't even bring it up because they're scared of hurting their partner's feelings.
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When you say "I do," you might also think that means saying "no" to being with other people for the rest of your life. But that doesn't have to be the case. In fact, the signs your marriage could be an open marriage might be right in front of you, and ripe for the picking. Before you can determine whether an open marriage would work for you, it's important to determine what makes an marriage, well, open.
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We humans are a pretty social species. But where there is contact, there can be chaos. Throw some romance into the mix and the guidelines get even thicker. Throw multiple romances into the mix, as is the case with open marriages , and you might just find yourself in over your head. Yes, monogamy has traditionally governed the world of romantic relationships.
For years, novelist Richard Paul Evans and his wife Keri struggled with their marriage. The question, which Evans wrote about in a viral blog post , saved their marriage. The Salt Lake City, Utah couple said their vows when they were 21 years old. They had unreal expectations about love, says Evans.