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Take Things Slowly


Everyone's story will be different. Discovering you are in a MOR can be a rollercoaster but it can also be a beautiful journey into knowing and better understanding, not only this person that you love but also yourself. There are going to be many questions and that is completely normal. Both partners must have empathy for each other. Dishonesty hurts, but so does having to suppress an integral part of yourself. Expressing your emotions calmly and lovingly will help avoid having breakdowns in communication. Try to keep respect, patience, and honesty at the forefront of every conversation. Taking things slowly and moving at a comfortable pace for all involved is going to be another key to success.


Mixed orientation relationships absolutely can succeed, and that success can come in many forms. For some, success means moving forward together with a deeper level of respect, love, and acceptance. It can mean just knowing your partner on a deeper level or it can mean you allow your partner to explore their sexuality however they feel they need to. For others, success can mean being able to separate amicably and with love in your hearts. There is no right or wrong way to get through this life; a lot of it is just how we handle what is thrown at us. What does a successful mixed orientation relationship look like to you?

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