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But it takes a lot of stamina and emotional maturity to smile and be polite with someone that you don't have friendly feelings toward.
Some partners negotiate "veto rights," where partners agree not to date anyone their partner "vetoes." Other poly people don't appreciate these kinds of restrictions. Regardless of how you choose to manage your metamours, it's something to discuss with your partners well before the situation presents itself, when everyone is feeling secure, and there is no New Relationship Energy to contend with.
The best way I have found to deal with my own jealousy is to spend time with the person I'm jealous of.
They are usually way less threatening and monstrous than I make them out to be in my head.
Children can feel some negative emotions when a polycule breaks up and certain parental figures are no longer around.
Of course, this also happens in monogamous relationships, evidenced by more single-parent households than ever before.
Many of us still believe in this concept that it takes a village to raise a child.
I'm too jealous." There's a myth that polyamorous people don't ever experience jealousy. Jealousy is the only emotion that we are allowed to use to excuse all kinds of reprehensible behavior.
So the concept of multi-partner parenting is not entirely new.