Image: O.school logo with blue O and black .school Amanda Sherker with O.school recently interviewed me about the many different ways people define and do monogamy - check it out if you are interested https://www.o.school/article/monogamous-definition Image: Two people kissing, appear to be a Black man and a Latino man.
Image: A green cartoon couch that looks like a conversation bubble in comics. Lauren Buongiovanni, a self-described "thrill-seeking, psychological expert," interviewed Dr. Eli Sheff for her new show, Off The Couch. You can find those mini-episodes here, as well as Lauren's other interviews on interesting topics like sex, marriage, fidelity, online dating, celibacy, and other diverse... Continue Reading →
Image: the O.school logo with a blue O and black .school Amanda Sherker at O.school recently interviewed me about polyamory and wrote a delightful quick read that you can fine at https://www.o.school/article/what-is-polyamory
I am thrilled to announce that the first book in the series that I (Dr. Eli Sheff) am co-editing with Dr. Richard Sprott has come out! Those of you interested in a fascinating discussion of how relationships have been evolving and what could happen next simply must read Dr. Jorge Ferrer's new book Love and... Continue Reading →
Image: Cover of book with pastel triangles, title reads Love and Freedom Previously I told my readers about an exciting new book series on diverse sex, gender, and relationships that I am co-editing with Dr. Richard Sprott through the publishers Rowman and Littlefield. Now I am very excited to announce that the first book in... 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.
Jessica Stillman at Business Insider recently interviewed me for a piece on the things people in monogamous relationships can learn from consensual nonmonogamy. You can find it here https://www.businessinsider.com/what-consensual-non-monogamy-teaches-people-in-exclusive-relationships#5-thoughtful-transitions-beat-messy-breakups-6
Image: Heart shape with faces and flames My newest blog on Psychology Today explains why consensual non-monogamy will not work for people who are deeply monogamous. Find it here https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/202002/when-consensual-non-monogamy-wont-work-monogamous-folks
Image: Yellow flowers in the shape of the numeral four My most recent blog on Psychology Today provides four tips for people who are considering opening their monogamous relationships to additional partners. This blog is the second in a series of three for heteroflexible couples who are considering consensual nonmonogamy. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201912/when-can-opening-heteroflex-monogamous-relationship-work#_=_