What Exactly Is A Throuple?

The Throuple: a three way relationship where Adam, Eve and their protégé share everything….but is it really possible?

So, where are we today in the trouble of the throuples?
The subject is clearly dealt with in the earthy series called “Why Women Kill?” 
The Synopsis: The lives of three women living in three different eras (during the 60s, 80s and today) who encounter tumultuous problems in their married lives. Then we meet Taylor, bisexual, who tries out free love, but not without having problems ...
One, two, or is one between the two even better? In this new era of sexual liberalism and swinging, it would seem that love in a threesome, also known as a menage a trois, is possible or that having love for two partners is quite frankly an acceptable situation. And so here we are in a throuple.

Fantasy for some, reality for others
A subject that requires a certain openness. A concept of gluttony, or of satisfying all your tastes and desires? Not necessarily….
A love triangle of “you + me and her” or “you + me and him” Everyone is free to choose or rather to let it happen, because it would clearly seem that often the situation is imposed on these couples, and it does not happen out of choice.

A trio experience, where Adam, Eve and their protege could share everything together… 
But is this really possible? Some people find their happiness with it.
People in these throuple relationships often express an enjoyment of having enough love to give and to receive it without counting, and particularly with a touch of humor, by indicating all the complications that can arise from it, because this kind of love has great potential, but the problems can be enormous too!

Be careful, however, not to be caught up in a toxic love triangle and to find yourself in the shoes of the victim, the executioner and the savior, all at the same time; and to avoid a three-way relationship that could end in a murder, just like in the series we quote above!!
Words, opening up on this subject and communication between the three partners is an essential factor, because these relationships imply that each individual demands the others to evolve, in a situation which is still considered as extraordinary, and which can even involve families who already have children.
Even television these days dares to treat the subject with a lot of seriousness, and to show the exchanges of different couples who have these experiences. 

Love exists in many forms and polygamy really makes us think
A French literary couple on the subject…. Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir carried out an epistolary relationship as well as a “free” relationship, which was public at a time when it was not yet accepted in society. These young intellectuals discovered a new formula, that of a couple who love each other "without institution, without marriage, in mutual freedom and for the sake of translucency."
This could lead us to the following questions: Where am I in my concepts of love and of freedom? Is my partner really mine? Am I ready, out of love, to accept the idea that his or her heart and mind are not exclusively reserved for me? Interesting concept, isn't it?
Our advice: Love without counting…Love yourself as you are and love the other person or people as you will….