My wife and I have been together for 13 years, married for eight. We met when she was 17 and I was 19. We had a whirlwind romance, moved in together within weeks of meeting, and have been a rock solid couple, very much in love, ever since. Six months ago, we decided to open our marriage; I was her…
"metamour" is often used in poly circles. Also, you can do some research on compersion so you have another great term to add to your experience.
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it’s not really cancer
I’m getting closer to my surgery and I am starting to get stressed. More stressed than I’ve been in a few weeks. I will glad to have my last exam out of the way on Tuesday.
I am watching Chasing Life on ABC Family and I love it. I like how they portray her, and her sister, and her mom and her bestie, and Greer. And the worrys about work and babies. But my situation is totally different. No chemo. An easy surgery. Technically it’s not even cancer. or something.
I read multiple wikipedia pages about general anesthetic. I will be right under and have been before but don’t remember it. It’s nearly 16 years ago now. I have to check it I can take ativan that morning or the night before. And tell them I started taking Elavil again because I wasn’t at my consult.
Also, feeling very obligated to participate in the walk for cancer some family has a team in. It’s not an organization I’d typically support but apparently this year they’re “walking for me to”. But I don’t have Cancer. No chemo, no radiation, no special hormone affecting meds. No reconstruction. Just a simple surgery and a 2 cm scar.