roboticanary Posted September 16, 2022 Share Posted September 16, 2022 In my case before i knew being aro was a thing i was pretty comfortable living single and that is still my preferred option now. But i did notice i had a whole world of options of how to live open up to me which i didn't really see as a real option before discovering aromanticism. So i was wondering if that changed how people want to live, like maybe you were set on a fairly traditional romantic partnership as what you thought you would have but changed course when you found out about more variety in non romantic relationships, e.g. QPR's. Or maybe you thought you would live alone but were lead to the idea that some form of polyamory might fit you better which didn't seem on the cards before. 5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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