A unit of time and energy, love and affection that you have to give yourself and others in your life. Everyone needs a certain amount to be happy and content and everyone has a finite amount to give to others. Some need more than others and some have more to give than others.
Coined by sex educator, author, and podcaster, Kidder Kaper on the Sex is Fun show to help make people aware that non-monogamy requires you to understand how much time, energy, love and affection you have to give to each new relationship you start.
I've got just enough kreplits left to give you a back massage before bed.
If you have another child you won't reduce how much you love your existing children, but you will, by the very nature of time and energy, reduce the amount of kreplits you can give your other kids.
Love may have no bounds, but kreplits are always in limited supply.
To be successfully polyamorous, you need a lot of kreplits to keep everyone of your relationships healthy and happy.
A sexual relationship that doesn't disallow sexual expression or affection with other partners. This may present itself in many forms and many kinds of lifestyles including but not limited to swinging, polyamory, polygamy, open relationships, or simply couples having an occasional -threesome. Yes, even if you romantically kiss only one other person while in a sexual relationship with with someone else, you are exhibiting a behavior that is clearly not monogamy.
We're mostly monogamous but sometimes we like to invite another woman into our bed, so I guess that makes us non-monogmists.
Every year we get crazy and allow each other one night of non-monogamy action.