Participate in Research on Experiences of Jealousy in Polyamorous Relationships?

Joli Hamilton is conducting new research on jealousy in polyamorous relationships. Call for Participants  A Phenomenological Study Exploring Jealousy in Polyamorous Individuals If you are a polyamorous or ethically non-monogamous person who has experienced the feeling of jealousy and would like to share how jealousy feels for you, please consider participating in this study. My... Continue Reading →

Dr. Eli Sheff Speaking at Finding Freedom LGBTQ Symposium in Palm Springs January 24-26

Join me in Palm Springs later this month. I am excited to be a presenter at the 2019 Finding Freedom LGBTQ Symposium in Palm Springs, January 24-26th. In addition to bringing forward relevant information for best practices in supporting the LGBTQ community with co-occurring disorders, this conference offers:18 CE Hours, Community, Beautiful Weather, and Fun. On Friday... Continue Reading →

Review of Is Monogamy Dead? By Rosie Wilby I loved this book far more than I expected to. When I saw the number of chapters I cringed inside, thinking that I was really screwed if this book sucked and I had to slog through that many pages. To my absolute delight, instead I found myself... Continue Reading →

Against Compulsory (Non)Monogamy New Psychology Today Blog

In my newest blog on Psychology Today, Against Compulsory (Non)Monogamy, I critique both compulsory monogamy and the new mandate in some social circles that everyone should be non-monogamous.  https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201812/against-compulsory-nonmonogamy.  Image is black and white photo of an adult foot wearing a white sock trying to squish itself into a tiny white baby shoe with laces... Continue Reading →

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