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Already have an ? Log in here. Thanks, but no thanks. No, thanks I'm already a PureWow fan. No, thanks I hate pretty things. Sure, sometimes there are dramatic triangles, but these are usually resolved with a choice of one suitor. But in real life, real people sometimes do find themselves in triangles without the Anna Karenina drama.
This is known as a triad relationship. Mille rof the Focht Family Practice in Chicago. If a typical relationship is called a dyad two peoplethen a triad is a polyamorous relationship consisting of three people. Think of it as a subset of polyamory. But not all tri are the same. A couple felt like their union was overflowing with love, and they wanted to share that with another person.
Polyamory felt like an orientation rather than a choice, so a dyad was never part of their vision for a relationship. A person fell in love with two different people and wanted to maintain relationships with both, and everyone involved was in agreement about the arrangement. A friend of a couple became more than a friend for one or both partners, and they decided as a unit to expand the relationship to include all of them.
A couple wanted to add some spice to their sex life and, in doing so, discovered another person they connected with on a multitude of levels. Like the dynamic of any relationship, it can differ from polygroup to polygroup. But according to Miller, some common denominators of a healthy triad include genuine love and caring for all involved, large support systems this can be emotional, financial, etc.
Miller elaborates that within any poly or consensually non-monogamous relationship, the things that need to be present are ongoing consent and the power and ability to renegotiate the terms in order for all members to get what they need from the relationship. Anything that goes against the grain will face a challenge. Per Miller, some tri have incredibly supportive families who support them and accept their choices with open arms. The implications of this can can leave one member of a triad feeling less secure or that they have less power within the relationship.
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