A couple from Indianapolis shared how they formed a polyamorous relationship with their friend who ran away from her arranged marriage.
Speetie, 36, and her husband Sunny, 40, have been together since they were children.
Sunny was born in India before he moved to New York when he was 8. The childhood sweethearts then tied the knot in a traditional ceremony in 2003.
When they found out that their family friend Piddu Kaur’s fixed marriage broke down, they invited her to stay with them. Piddu’s ex-husband only agreed to marry her as her parents promised to give him a Mercedes.
But Piddu and Speetie immediately connected on both emotional and physical levels. Then all of a sudden, Sunny also developed feelings for Piddu.
Speetie and Sunny already had two daughters together, Kissie, 15, and Cookie, 16. The throuple have had two more children together since they started their throuple relationship.
“We’ve been a triad for more than ten years and we love it. Sunny and I were teenage sweethearts. Having been born in (Punjab), he moved to (New York) with his parents (when he was 8),” Speetie shared.
“We ended up writing back and forth for years and eventually ended up happily married.”
“When Piddu came into our lives, she was going through a divorce immediately after her marriage,” Speetie continued. “The marriage had been arranged by the elders of the family and just like me, she had migrated from her home in India to the US to be with her husband. Piddu and I hit it off right away.
“Our endless conversations, crying on each other’s shoulders and laughing and dancing nonstop to high beats brought us closer in no time. Our attraction wasn’t just emotional, we were clearly into each other and soon had our hands in each other’s (panties).”
Speetie added: “Sunny was ecstatic to have found another partner to share ideas with and fulfill his fantasies with too.
“Within the first month of her landing in our home, it was clear none of us wanted Piddu to leave.
“The kids were instantly accepting as Piddu is so naturally empathetic and caring.”
Speetie admitted that it took her years to overcome the feelings of jealousy and insecurity.
“Being in a unique setup has helped us grow immensely and we understand our emotions better every day,” Speetie expressed. “It has taken us years to outgrow jealousy and insecurities yet each fight has brought us closer.
“Despite them both showering me with love, I often used to hear an insecure little voice in my head saying, ‘What if she steals Sunny from me and runs away?’ and I reacted in fear of this by being a b***h to Piddu.
“The purity in her heart still melts my heart. She’s a true goddess and a giver.
“A few family members and old friends felt uncomfortable or drew lines in the sand and said that they couldn’t deal with us unless we separated. So we did. We separated from those people.”
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