Carework in Polyamorous Families New Blog on Psychology Today

Image: Drawing of abstract family with people of different ages, races, and genders.

My newest blog on Psychology Today explains how polyamorous families can share carework across the lifespan, when they have small children, people who are ill or disabled, and aging or dying people. It also gives a shout out to Kathy Labriola’s fantastic new book Polyamorous Elders: Aging in Open Relationships.

Image: Cover of book Polyamorous Elders with color photograph of many hands held in a circle, perspective of photo taken from below hands.

Dr. Elisabeth Sheff, PhD, CASA, CSE

One of a handful of global experts on polyamory and the foremost international expert on children in polyamorous families, Dr. Elisabeth Sheff has studied gender and
families of sexual minorities for the last 16 years. Sheff’s television appearances include CNN, and the National Geographic, and she has given more than 20 radio, podcast, print, and television interviews with sources from Radio Slovenia to National Public Radio, the Sunday London Times to the Boston Globe and Newsweek. By emphasizing research methodology and findings in her discussions, Dr. Sheff presents the kind of public intellectualism that encourages audience members to think critically regarding gender, sexualities, and families.

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