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Old 12-13-2011, 02:26 AM   #51
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Re: a non-traditonal family here...

I am so glad to see so many different people being supportive of different lifestyles! How refreshing. DH and I are as traditional as it gets, I suppose, but that's not our fault! lol. We just haven't found anybody else that we would want to include in our relationship. I think I'm much more open to it than he is, haha.

I agree with skolbut, everyone deserves a family, and just because it doesn't look like yours doesn't mean it's wrong. Love is love is love.

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Old 12-13-2011, 07:36 PM   #52
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your right zenmamaski, everyone deserves a family, and everyone deserves to be loved, and feel loved. Maybe one day you will find that almost perfect person that will fit into your family like they were always there.
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Old 12-14-2011, 02:34 PM   #53
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I'm impressed, hon! It does take a lot of spine to let the world know you aren't their perception of "normal", especially regarding these matters. Just as long as you guys and the baby are happy and healthy, what else matters?
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Old 12-15-2011, 01:06 AM   #54
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What is normal? who cares!

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Old 12-21-2011, 07:48 PM   #56
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Bleh. Normal is overrated.
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Old 12-26-2011, 07:44 PM   #57
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normally is totally over rated!!!!! seriously. when i have to pretend (which i dislike doing) i feel so bland.
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Re: a non-traditonal family here...

I have always been in poly or opened relationships. This is my first go at mono. Communication is key. My partner now knows well about my past and knows that at some point we may need to change some things. I don't feel restricted at all which is surprising to me. I'm just in love. Haven't had those wanting to wander feelings and am 2 years in. Never thought it was possible.
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Just found this board. Dh and i are in a 24/7 M/s relationship. We are not open about it in real life but everyone knows we are more like a 1950s couple than now. While it is M/s and hes the boss no one mistakes me for a doormat. I am allowed to voice my opinion(sometimes loudly) and he makes sure i am treated with the utmost respect by kids and others. We are what you call "edge " people. Our relationship on the outside looks pretty common but we like to push the envelope. It always shocks people when i tell people i like dh to set me on fire (fire cupping) for an energy release method.

Even in the untraditional circles we are considered untraditional.
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Welcome Ulawolf! sounds like you guys have a good dynamic going on.
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