MLTRs keeping the spark?



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 Post subject: MLTRs keeping the spark?
PostPosted: Mon Aug 11, 2008 2:03 pm 
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Ok guys,

Does anybody have any good experiences with MLTRs (multiple longterm relationships)?
To get into a MLTR is (not easy) not too hard, the key is to play with open cards from the beginning. Admitting that you already have one or more GFs and that you are a PUA. Sometimes it works sometimes not...

The tricky part is that after a while (some months) in a MLTR, one or more of your GFs start getting annoyed by the other GF(s). They she feels like it is more trouble than it is worth. In the beginning she had the rush of being selected etc... but after it becomes too much everyday life, she starts drifting away.
Did anyone solve this?
How do you keep her interested?

Love Ezo


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 11, 2008 4:40 pm 
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hey Ezo talk to ace_of_spades; he knows a lot about starting them.

I don't know how you would deal with that up the line. If verything is built perfectly and you two like each other....and then she starts to want more of you, or wants you to give less to them?

I would say it is time to sit her down and explain to her how you feel; but that you are only 20## and have a lot of exploration to do before you are ready to commit. So unless she can respect your choices, you will have to start seeing her less. But phrase it delicately. And then, over the next course of week or so, if she is not giving you the slack that you want, slowly change the dynamic. Still hang out and talk on the phone and all of that, but start cutting it down to once or twice a week.

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Thanks man... The problems are not to start them but to keep them after 2 months... Anyway, maybe ace has some nice things about that too...


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thats exactly what I am trying to say. If they are not sticking around 2 months in, then what you do a month in is sit them down and communicate. If they can't accept it, you will know a lot earlier; then you can make the decision to keep it going or to end it.

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