https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B08F95SR1N/ref=pe_27514090_523196360_pe_re_csr_ea_title Check out my brand new book on kids raised in polyamorous families! This short book gives a brief summary of the research findings from the last 25 years of the Longitudinal Polyamorous Family Study that I started in 1996.
Homework is stupid, The Podcast available on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. Check out http://www.homeworkisstupid.com. All episodes: Polyamorous Families: Real Life Facts with Dr. Elisabeth Sheff Image: raised hands with red heart on palm Lauren Buongiovanni recently interviewed me for her podcast Homework Is Stupid about polyamorous families https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/homework-is-stupid/id1481424713
Image: New York Times logo Cynthia McKelvy at the New York Times recently interviewed me for an article on polyamorous parenting https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/04/parenting/polyamorous-parenting.html #polyamory #parenting #children #chosenfamily
Image: Lots of words describing study with blue side. A doctoral student, Melissa Manley in the Department of Psychology at Clark University, is conducting research on parents in polyamorous relationships. If you are interested in participating, check out the details below. ***************************************** Hi all,I am writing to ask for help recruiting for a study on... Continue Reading →
Image: Black cover of journal Sexualities Call for Papers for a Special Issue of Sexualities:Parenting, Polyamory and Consensual Nonmonogamy. Critical and Queer Perspectives.Guest Editors:Daniel Cardoso (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK)Christian Klesse (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK)Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli (Deakin University, Australia)Michael Raab (Associate Lecturer, Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany)Cornelia Schadler (University of Vienna, Austria)Mimi Schippers... Continue Reading →
Image: Flaming heart with hetero-appearing couple silhouetted in front In my most recent blog on Psychology Today I explain how some people are monogamous by orientation This is the fourth blog in a series that I retrospectively titled In Defense of Monogamy.
Lexi Sylver at SDC interviewed me recently for their expert spotlight, check it out here https://www.sdc.com/group/non-monogamy/lexi-sylver-interviews-dr-eli-sheff-about-non-monogamy/ #polyamory #continuingeducation #therapy #sexeducation #counseling
In my newest blog on Psychology Today I explore the reasons why people in damaged relationships might not want to use polyamory to fix their broken relationship, what they might do instead, and the one caveat when polyamory can help an ailing relationships survive and even thrive. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201911/relationship-broken-add-more-people
Lydia Laurenson at the New Modality recently interviewed me about polyamorous parenting. You can find the interview here, and information about their New Modality's kickstarter campaign here. http://thenewmodality.com/polyamorous-parenting-interview-with-researcher-dr-eli-sheff/