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With three women in the same house, jealousy and hurt feelings seem like they would be a constant problem. Yet Richard says his wives know how to avoid those conflicts. "They have an incredible ability to space themselves throughout the home. It's not like there's women on top of each other all over the place. They're all doing different things."

What if they wanted to expand the plural family to include even more wives? Julena says the entire family would discuss it first, but that she would look forward to it. "It's a blessing," she says. "This is a belief we truly believe in. It's sacred to us."
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FROM: Polygamy in America: Lisa Ling Reports
Published on October 26, 2007

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