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When Chloe first experienced a desire to be with people other than her husband, she wondered if it reflected her feelings for him.

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Ms Spierings says for any couple considering changing their monogamous relationship to a non-monogamous one, there are a few things to consider. ABC Everyday. Am I being unfaithful if I fantasise about other people during sex? ABC Everyday helps you navigate life's challenges and choices so you can stay on top of the things that matter to you.

What it means for the relationship When Chloe first experienced a desire to be with people other than her husband, she wondered if it reflected her feelings for him. Before a work trip a few years ago, Chloe hinted to her husband she wanted to have sex with someone else. Back to top. It's all on you'.

Why women are more likely to have bad sex than men. I'm in love with a man but worry about never being with a woman again. This is kind of an easy way out.

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work. How much time can you spend with them? Poly, open, monogamish — what's the difference?

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Is one romantic partner enough for you? Will you share details with one another? How to keep the green-eyed monster out of your relationship. The general difference between open and polyamorous relationships is the level of connection, according to Ms Spierings. There is no wrong or right when it comes to labelling.

And it's women leading this relationship revolution, explains author and social researcher Wednesday Martin. And generally she sees more same-sex couples in non-monogamous relationships than heterosexual. They need variety, novelty and adventure — otherwise, they get bored. Each person may define their relationship in a different way.

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Firstly, why do you want to be with other people? That didn't eventuate, but the couple officially began a non-monogamous relationship earlier this year. Because that's not the right reason.

address. And sometimes this includes sex. If you establish it's for the "right" reason, you and your partner need to set boundaries. Get our newsletter for the best of ABC Everyday each week. More and more people are actively looking for alternatives to monogamy, research shows.

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There aren't a lot of stats available for polyamory in Australia, but research appearing in CSIRO Publishing found 1 per cent of 5, respondents were in an "open relationship". An old friend had called Chloe to wish her happy birthday and they ended up catching up — and sleeping together. For example, who are you allowed to see? Ms Spierings says she is seeing more couples exploring polyamory than she did 10 years ago — but she's not sure if that is just because people are more open about it.

Print content Print with images and other media. Relationships, Marriage. What it's really like seeing a sex therapist. Chloe says she and her husband are "open, or poly, depending on who you ask".

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Print text only. Who is allowed to know about it? What sexual things are allowed? Print Cancel. That was the first time I had sex with anyone aside from my partner in 10 years," she says.

While she didn't have a particular person in mind, it had been a fantasy of hers for a while. That was a lightbulb moment for Chloe, who says non-monogamy has only made the relationship with her husband stronger.

And Martin says it's not because women want less sex. Since then, Chloe and her husband have dated and slept with other people, with some connections stronger than others. The story we've heard over and over, whether it's in the media or scientific studies, is that monogamy somehow comes more easily to women, says Martin.

She says in the clients she has worked with, more often it is the woman instigating an open or poly relationship. Posted 12 Oct 12 Octupdated 12 Oct 12 Oct What to consider before suggesting an open relationship. Far from dismissing it, her husband suggested she go for it. Desiree Spierings is a relationship counsellor and sex therapist in Sydney.