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Now you're probably wondering what he was talking about. " I exclaimed, genuinely excited, “I am so happy for you! There’s actually a word for the joyful feeling that a polyamorous person has when his or her lover or spouse walks through the door after making love to another lover: it's called compersion.

”What brought on these feelings of joy in both of us? Compersion is such a novel concept that you won’t even find the word in the dictionary (unless you look in the Urban dictionary).

Let's see if I can try and anticipate, and answer, some of your concerns and curiosities. By giving it a go you could open your heart to many happy and interesting possibilities. And it is just that: a conversation, dynamic, evolving.

Can you pursue compersion in a monogamous relationship? To me, compersion is a lifestyle; it’s a way to love and to be loved.

I saw a sudden reemergence of his vitalitythat I hadn’t fully seen in our domestic nest for many years.I want my beloved, spouse, mate, partner (you choose the word) to care profoundly about what makes me thrive, as I care profoundly about his happiness.I would not call myself polyamorous nor would I say I am monogamous. There are times in my life that it was perfect to be polyamorous, there are times when I did not want to “share”.And why wouldn’t we want to do something that was going to make our marriage work better?Compersion fascinatesme because it sanctions the idea of our partner deriving pleasure in a context separate from us, and from another source.

I saw a sudden reemergence of his vitalitythat I hadn’t fully seen in our domestic nest for many years.

I want my beloved, spouse, mate, partner (you choose the word) to care profoundly about what makes me thrive, as I care profoundly about his happiness.

I would not call myself polyamorous nor would I say I am monogamous. There are times in my life that it was perfect to be polyamorous, there are times when I did not want to “share”.

And why wouldn’t we want to do something that was going to make our marriage work better?

Compersion fascinatesme because it sanctions the idea of our partner deriving pleasure in a context separate from us, and from another source.

This stifling setup can prohibit the joyful feeling of compersion.