The Bonding Project is Back!

Image: Bonding Project logo with molecular-looking colorful lines.

The Return of the Bonding Project

The Bonding Project — an online test that helps people consider if they want to bond one to one, one to many, many to many, or solo — has returned with new versions of the tests, new team members, and new guests for the Bonding Hour.

Feedback from the original beta version was loud and clear; the test needed to be more holistic and inclusive with modules for folks to opt in / out based on the Resources most important to them.

What to expect with the new versions:

  • Clearer wording
  • Optional demographic questions (super helpful for analysis!)
  • More qualitative questions
  • Opportunity for feedback within the test

The new Sex test can be taken HERE. This is the first of four that we’ll be sending out. Each Resource test will take around ~15mins to complete.If you’re feeling ready and eager to take all four Bonding Resource tests in one go, our mega test link is HERE. We’ll be prioritizing scoring this one first.

Our team is working hard to find a scalable solution that will make scoring results faster. Until then, our small but mighty team will be calculating manually. Please bear with us and allow ~1 week to receive your results after completing.

Bonding Hour is back, bb! 💅🏻

Introducing new Bonding Hour host, Carrie Jeroslow

Carrie has been a friend of the Bonding Project since the beginning and we’re looking forward to more consistent collaboration. International Award-Winning, Best-Selling Author, Intuitive and Conscious Relationship Coach, Carrie Jeroslow, helps people learn the tools to relate consciously to themselves and others. She believes that when we learn and accept who we truly are, we are able to be more authentic in our relationships with others. This authenticity brings an unparalleled sense of joyfulness and fulfillment to our lives as a whole.She has previously worked as a Commercial Casting Director, an Artistic Director for the International show Blue Man Group and a massage therapist, and has owned a combination vineyard and winery in Yadkin Valley, NC.The one constant in her life has been her own path of self-evolution.Welcome to the squad! Learn more about Carrie and her practice HERE

Multiamory joins us on August 24th at 4 PM EST

We’re kicking off this summer series of The Bonding Hour with the incredible Multiamory team as our first guests. LeJase, Emily, and Dedeker created the Multiamory Podcast in 2014 to raise awareness, provide approachable resources, and combat the stigma faced by people in non-traditional relationships. Today, with hundreds of episodes, millions of downloads around the world, and a rapidly growing community, they are dedicated to offering practical advice and communication tools, grounded in the latest relationship research, guest experts, and years of professional experience. Multiamory has been featured in numerous publications, including NPR, Vice, Huffington Post, Oprah Daily, Cosmopolitan, and Elle. In addition to their national tours, they have presented at the Google campus in Seattle and have been keynote speakers and presenters at numerous conferences.Catch up on their content, grab the book, and come ready with your questions next month 🤓

IG: @multiamory_podcast
Twitter: @multiamory
TikTok: @multiamoryThe Bonding Project is on YouTubeMissed previous Bonding Hours? You’re in luck! Our previously recorded sessions are now available on YouTube for your viewing pleasure 😉

Bonding Project

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How do we bond? We’re on a mission to find out.

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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