Mother-of-two reveals how she saved her struggling marriage by forming a polyamorous relationship with her husband's close friend

Mother-of-two reveals how she saved her struggling marriage by forming a polyamorous relationship with her husband's close friend



A mother-of-two and her husband saved their struggling marriage by inviting a friend to form a polyamorous throuple with them.



The couple says this move spiced up and made their relationship stronger than ever, and left their kids delighted thanks to the presence of a second dad.



Meghan Davis, 34, and vending delivery driver Brent Davis, 34, from Portland, Oregon, started dating in 2011. They married in 2016 and their union has been blessed with two children - Braeden, 11, and Cedar, 7.





Meghan with husband Brent (left in red) and his friend Beau Woodbyrne (right)



By early 2020 however, the couple's relationship lost its spark. They said that despite being happy together, they couldn't help but feel that something was missing from their relationship.



They took some time apart, living separately, before deciding to work through their issues. It was then that they discussed how a third person might help spice up their marriage.



Meghan had always been interested in polyamory and she first discussed it with her husband in 2019. The mom says she had always been an advocate of the philosophy that it "takes a village to raise a child" and her interest in inviting another person into her marriage was inspired by that notion.Latest Post Follow us on Google newsTwitter and on Facebook
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