Hi Myriam,Tutus&frogs, you've come a long way. Are you still polyamorous?
I really wonder what your Tunisian husband thinks about it. Did you get married to the one that tatoed your name on his wrist?
Also, if you've become a muslima I really wonder how you combine polyamoury with your faith.
If I also have it right, your husband is very religious, he only wanted a muslim wife.
I really Don't know what to think about all this...
I will answer honestly. When I decided to look inward to faith and become Muslima, I had to pray for the direction in my life. I cannot be a muslim and polyamorous. I work really hard on my relationship with my husband and I don't think of other men... I have stopped all contact with any other man. I don't want to get in to too much details - my husband did not know I was polyamorous but he knew of me talking to another/other men. It's not something he accepted. His patience paid off when I became Muslim at which time he really took the chance to ask me to be his wife. He takes Islam seriously... we didn't sleep together until we were married. Just to make it clear, we never had any sexual conversations and he always asked me to be decent - nothing low cut etc. Our relationship really changed after I became Muslim - but I changed. People around me noticed I've changed. I'm working hard on myself first and foremost and everyone around me benefits from this.
He is not the one who has to live with the regret of a tattoo.