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vegemite
Reflecting as an adult on my childhood, I think my parents had two separate only children rather than two children, siblings.  My parents showered us both with a lot of love and attention, meeting all our needs.  Certainly that was a fantastic experience but left me unprepared in some ways for the cruel world and independent adulthood, where there is not always someone there to help you and fulfill your wishes.  There is an old saying that if you give a child and a pig everything they want, you will end up with a good pig.


What does this have to do with polygamy?


Do we have multiple independent husband and wife relationships, or a sharing, or both?


The two shall become one of Genesis implies a singularity of pairing, exclusive of others.  Extending that to polygamy would imply multiple one flesh pairings, each unique in its bonding.


But what of sister wives?


The name itself implies a relationship between wives.


How many women raised in western society really want the sister aspect of polygamy, rather than engaging in a tug of war with the other wives, the objective being to secure the greatest share of the man's time, energy and resources?


Is the maths simply 1+1, and another 1+1, and so on, an additive process?


Or are there synergies, sharings, benefits, where 1+1+1 = more than 3?


In chemical terms, the synergy would be covalent bonding with the women the atoms and the male the electron.


Surely the highest and best form of polygamy is where each person seeks to bring out the best in the others, being true agape.


Something to think about.




vegemite Sep 10 '19 · Comments: 2
Sarah19
Life is really hating on my family right now...
Sarah19 Jun 17 '19 · Comments: 2
tomv
People of interest

Commune style living in harmony with Nature. No chemicals, harmful rays or artificial stuff. Only Real and Natural Living.

tomv Apr 3 '19 · Comments: 2 · Tags: group love
aibhlinf
Hi everyone,  how are you?
aibhlinf Jan 28 '19 · Comments: 2
Swinson
Love is a funny thing to describe. We all think we know what it is, yet it always seems difficult to explain. Some say that love in a relationship is either there or it isn't. From personal experience, that is the lazy approach. 


Imagine that everyone is standing on a personal sized iceberg with ropes connecting them. The ropes are not unlimited and can fall off the icebergs if not held onto. When two people pick up the rope connecting them, if they do nothing else, they will remain that distance to each other. If one starts pulling, they will slowly come closer. If they both pull, the they will quickly come together. If one let's go and the other pulls, they will drift apart and the rope will run out. If one throws the rope away, same thing, only no chance of picking the rope up again.


Once the two are together, they simply need to maintain it until the icebergs become one. If the two become complacent and let the rope go, they will drift apart again. It could be fast or slow, but they will need to pull together again to not lose each other. 


This scenario can work for any amount of people, such as a relationship of three people. The more they all pull together, the more unified they will become. It must be noted that even with relationships containing more than two people, that each individual relationship must be nurtured. You can love any number of people, but if you do not pull together on both ends, it can be difficult.


Those that desire the love pull the rope. Those that don't truly care, don't even hold the rope. Those that reject the love throw the rope away. And those that want it, but limit their effort, merely hold the rope and there is no progression in the relationship. 

Swinson Jan 16 '19 · Comments: 2 · Tags: love&work
Miluv
I've recently embark on a journey with a couple and in the beginning it was everything a girl could ask for ,until I began to discover that the wife of the relationship would say one thing and then it turned out to be another she wasn't ready to be a sister wife it was a pretty much total lead on the husband was all for  it. in the relationship getting to know me the courting  began. We took a trip the beginning of the trip was great but then due to her uncertainties and jealousy it became unbearable so you know I tried to give them a second chance  when i was  inviteded to their home and things were okay until the husband steppeded out and made a store run his wife approach me informing me that she didn't want this this is you know not what she expected or so I just brought me to know that I am very serious about living a polygamous of lifestyle I am seeking a sister wife and a husband I'm seeking a unit of unity so I am still kind of torn due to my past experience I don't want to quit I don't want to give up someone please help me what should I do.
Miluv Oct 24 '18 · Comments: 2 · Tags: help
loveandgratitude
What are red flags? Yellow flags? White? Do we create issues that aren’t even there because we are scared? Think about it. Everyone has a goal. A relationship they seek. Is it ok to go into the world blind in this lifestyle? What do people truly need to prepare? Do extended families need to know the plan? What secrets must you keep from the world in order to live a polygamist or polyamorous life? Is everyone on the same page or do some people not know their own page? What is self sabotage? I always question doubts. My own. Those of others. At what point does everyone go forward in the same direction? I agree that communication is everything. I think we all do.
loveandgratitude Sep 21 '18 · Comments: 2
robynk
So as one of the owners of sisterwives.com I got to thinking: We just got finished with a live broadcast last night on the Gumbo talk show based out Texas. To those of you that listened thanks and for those that missed it it will be in the archives soon. So I got to thinking, Who would be interested in joining an advocacy group to Legalize Poly? I am in the beginning stages of launching a site with information and starting to advocate for this. We need the community's help. Please email me here or at contact@sisterwives.com and let me know your thoughts. 
robynk Apr 13 '18 · Comments: 2
robynk
https://www.facebook.com/events/155466518459855/


Instructions for tuning in and participating: dial (773) 897-6398 or use the link to listen at https://goo.gl/fgCJxJ

We probably should have named this one Choosy Lovers or If we can't be lovers. Polygamy is a topic of hit debate nowadays. Join us as we discuss the fascination with people having more than one lover. The good, bad, and ugly. Is it selfish? Is it custom? Is it being open and honest? Is this what faithful is? We will have special guests from www.sisterwives.com on to speak to us about the concept and construct of how polygamy works.

robynk Apr 10 '18 · Comments: 2 · Tags: sister wives, sisterwives, gumbo talk
Gomenasai418
When no one responds, or when they send back one liners. I wished I knew what to do differently on my end to actually get a response. I am serious in my search but the single women dont seem to be as serious.
Gomenasai418 Jan 2 '18 · Comments: 2
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