From some records, it results in the wider concern of whether some social people enter polyamorous lifestyles so as to face straight straight down past harmed from monogamous relationships – particularly, lovers resting along with other individuals – or even the concern about that occurring.
Polyamory, for many, might be a type of “counterphobic” reaction to this pain that is emotional.
Whenever strong negative thoughts like fear are skilled, they are painful to tolerate, therefore the normal individual impulse is to flee away or prevent the discomfort.
Many people develop “counterphobic” responses to an emotion that is negative courting a lot more of it as a way of earning it bearable and building mastery over it. Examples will be the person that turns into a hill climber to conquer a concern with levels, or some body formerly afraid of sharks becoming a passionate sea diver that is deep.
Numerous psychologists think the powerful for which a good negative emotion becomes sexualised follows a process that is similar. Continue reading