Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair
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Polyness

So I'm not completely mono, I've known this for years. But Richard is definitely somewhat more poly than me. And going through a rough patch at the moment makes me more insecure and hence less good at dealing with it. But hell he's good at making me feel better about stuff, we talked and well stuff until about 3 last night, which was a bit silly really with the alarm going off at 8, but never mind, well worth it.

It would help if there was anyone I was much interested in at the moment, I guess. But still, we've talked about limits, where they should be now and the fact that they might move in the future as I get more comfortable with stuff and used to the idea. And I give him my blessing though it makes me nervous.

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