As a teenager, I was a cheater. I wasn't proud of it, but it always ended up happening. I thought it was a maturity issue--that when I grew up and got into a serious relationship, my behavior would change. And it did… for a while. I got married in my early 20s and spent the next 10 years focusing on my marriage, career, and motherhood. I didn't cheat. But I nonetheless got divorced at 30.
I thought that since my marriage didn't work out, perhaps I wasn't relationship material, and that I'd be better off playing the field forever. As soon as I became single, I made a list of all the people I wanted to sleep with. And I had a lot of fun going on dates and exploringRead More »from We Bet This Isn't How You Pictured Polyamory