Rosie Wilby Interviews Dr. Eli Sheff for the BreakUp Monologues

https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/ian-collins-wants-a-word/the-breakup-monologues Rosie Wilby, hilarious British comic and author of Is Monogamy Dead? (a book I lived, check out the review here), recently interviewed me for her podcast, the BreakUp Monologues. You can find my episode here and the rest of the podcasts on Spotify and iTunes, as well as http://www.breakupmonologues.wordpress.comAnd at the host page http://breakupmonologues.libsyn.com/

Mucho Gusto! When Someone you Love is Polyamorous Translated to Spanish

My most recent book, When Someone You Love is Polyamorous, has just been translated into Spanish and is available online here. http://contintametienes.com/producto/apuntes-sobre-poliamor-una-guia-para-entender-a-las-personas-poliamorosas/ Feliz leyendo 🙂 polyamory #book #Spanish #Espanol #love #family #comingout The image is of a greenish book cover with what looks like a reddish sun surrounded by seven smaller orbiting bodies with circular... Continue Reading →

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 →

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