six month milestones dating - Polyamory married and dating episode 4 review

Seeing the triad make the commitment was just breathtaking and beautiful. Your love really shines through every obstacle you have faced - great communication, clear boundaries and excellent problem solving skills too. But life isn't perfect and married life certainly isn't either.

OK this show is fascinating - for everyone who always wondered this show allows you to dip into the lifestyle without getting your toes wet.

I have only come in on Season 2, I missed Season 1 and I have to say ' The Pod' seems non-existent.

No one should have to compromise their personality to fit someone else's. Maybe she needs you to be more considerate of that, not the other way around.

All in all a really good show and a great addition to the fight for human rights in general.

Episode after episode it looked like something was forced on her and she always ended up being the one to apologize and back down from what she was feeling.

She was pushed way too far way too quickly, and not just by her husband.

For Chris to say she his wife has no say is ridiculous! Leigh Ann call that cute boyfriend who actually cares about you and your broken heart.

Leave that so called husband in name only and let the home wrecker have him.

Then the way her hand was forced behind her back was disguised behind words about how she was "growing". I know I don't know anything about this lifestyle but in ALL lifestyles, something like that should never be tolerated.

I'm sorry you guys but poly or not - you could benefit a lot from reading up on emotional abuse. I'm not saying she shouldn't have to work on her insecurities - all I'm saying is that she seems like a more vulnerable and sensitive person than the rest of you and she should be allowed to be that way.

I love the Chris, Leanne & Megan trio - this is just drama.

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