Is everyone else wrong?

I am happily married for more than ten years. My wife and I have an open relationship, which has been a lot of fun.
Somehow, an amazing woman has gotten past my physical side, and deep into my mind and heart. I have fallen in love with her.
I don't love my wife any less, she will always be my goddess...
Is it ok to love more than one person?

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  • The bible has little relevence in my life, so i can't relate to the first comment.

    I have spoken with my wife regarding these feelings. It was actually a very.wonderful conversation, and made us both realize two importamt things:

    1. We are very much, still absolutely in love with each other
    2. Allowing more love into our lives is amazing, and nothing to feel bad about.

    I don't think we'll all be sharing the same house... at least not full-time ;)

    Thanks for the feedback!

  • Yes, of course it is absolutely possible to love more than one person. You and your wife opened yourselves up to this possibility by being intimate with others than each other. Same thing could happen to her, she might fall in love with someone other than you. How would you feel if it happens ?

    I say talk to your wife. Maybe she will let the other woman into your lives and you can live like a small, polyamorous family. Do you think she'd go for that ?

  • "The LORD our God is one LORD: And thou shalt love the LORD thy God with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might."

    "Thou shalt have no other gods before me."

    "Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth."

    "Thou shalt not commit adultery."

    You're talking about breaking All of these commandments. Yes it is wrong, it's called adultery and a wife is not meant to be a "goddess" A wife is meant to be a companion, someone who you share intimate moments with, not someone who you worship, that's idolatry.

  • Has it ever occurred to you that this individual may not share your spiritual beliefs? He put himself out there looking for advice, and you heap judgment upon him. Who apointed you high inquisitor? Bible thumping religitard d***.

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