Monthly Archives: March 2016

Another Satisfied Customer

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With permission, I am reposting a comment from a satisfied customer:

Eli did an exceptional job of taking my unruly research document and turning it into an excellent manuscript that was accepted by a professional journal for publication. It was my first attempt at getting my work published and found Eli to be extremely patient, tenacious, consistently uplifting, positive, supportive and truly believing in the value of my work. Fantastic editing job Eli! Fantastic making it happen! Cheers!

-Rami Henrich


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Dr. Sheff Interviewed on MyndTalk

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For a new interview with Dr. Sheff about Stories from the Polycule, check out the links below.

http://www. –( @ the homepage) on demand all day @ www.MyNDTALK on Thursday, March 10th After the air date – show will be archived at the site under ‘Thoughtful Thursday  

89.3 FM/ – 3-4 pm ET – on Thursday, March 10th – After Thursday, March 10th, show will be archived at the WPFW site ( @ 2 weeks  –  8-9 PMET    After 8pm on  Thursday, March 10th show is archived on blogtalk and available on iTunes – in social sciences
Available to the 5 Pacifica networkstations and their affiliates for them to air as/if they choose and posted on the same day as the interview is posted on the MyNDTALK homepage –    For Educational and Non-Profit Outlets
Posted on the same day as the interview is posted on the MyNDTALK homepage

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Polyamory Advocacy Blog on Psychology Today

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My most recent blog on Psychology Today, Polyamory Advocacy, takes a look at the activists and organizations that speak out on behalf of polyamory. You can find it at

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Researcher Studying Division of Labor in Poly Families — Volunteer?


Alicia McCraw is a doctoral candidate at Tulane University. She is conducting research in order to better understand how polyamorous individuals divide up divisions of labor in their relationships. Individuals are eligible for participation if they are over the age of 18 and are in a polyamorous relationship. Participants do not need to live with their partners. Respondents identities will not be shared in any published or dispersed materials. If you are interested in learning more about her research please contact her either on her cell (504) 450-8652 or email: Here is a link to the first survey:

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Stories From the Polycule Finalist in INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards


I am thrilled to announce that my second book, Stories from the Polycule, is a finalist in  INDIEFAB’s Book of the Year Award for 2015!!! In two categories even — Families & Relationships (Adult Non-Fiction) and Anthologies! Thanks to everyone who has helped to make this book such a success.



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Combating Therapeutic Bias Against CNM Clients

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In my newest Psychology Today blog I complete my series on therapeutic bias. The first blog examined the incidence, sources, and impacts of therapeutic bias against polyamorists and others in consensually non-monogamous relationships, and this second blog provides three ways to combat bias and the resources to follow through.



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Therapeutic Bias Against CNM Clients

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My latest blog on Psychology Today looks at therapeutic bias against clients in consensually non-monogamous relationships.



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