Dating a poly couple

It totally happens, especially if you’re taking a snapshot at any given time.

(It’s worth noting that in some long-term triads, so long as no one freaks out or pressures anyone, deep bonds with the other partner can develop over time, just on a different schedule.) I award big bonus points to couples who have actually experienced this situation before and can talk clearly and concisely about how things went and what happened.


This is pretty much the most frequent way that I personally find myself ending up in triads.While it might seem like a good sign when someone completely flexible and tells you, “Oh, we just go with the flow” or “no agreements, only love,” I’ve historically found that these folks can be some of the worst actors in a real-life conflict situation.


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