Image: Color photograph of apparently white woman with Black man smiling outside at night holding beach towels and tote In my newest blog on Psychology Today I offer nonmonogamous couples tips on how to expand their dating pool and treat their partners right. If any of you folks out there like to date couples, I... Continue Reading →
Image: Woman with dark braids outside looking through binoculars In the first of a two-part series, my newest blog on Psychology Today explores the foibles of unicorn hunting for heteroflexible couples who want to date women. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/202009/unicorn-hunting-heteroflexible-threesomes
Image: Four pink, red, and white candy filled hearts nested inside each other. My newest blog on Psychology Today provides six tips from experts on how to maintain a happy and healthy polyamorous relationship during the ongoing pandemic.
Image: Yellow Quarantine COVID-19 sign against black virus background My newest blog on Psychology Today examines social distancing -- or not -- and social hierarchy during the COVID-19 quarantine. This is the second blog in a series about polyamory during the pandemic. #polyamory #Coronavirus #COVID-19 #relationships #love #openrelationships #consensualnonmonogamies
Image: Silhouetted people with rainbow heart In my newest Psychology Today blog, the first in a series on polyamory and COVID-19, I explore the advantages and disadvantages of being polyamorous during a pandemic.
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#_=_
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
Image: Three colorful heartshaped leaves clipped to a branch outdoors In my newest blog on Psychology Today I explain new relationship energy, how it sometimes might threaten an existing relationship, and what to do about it. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201910/what-is-new-relationship-energy-and-how-deal-it
Image: Quilted design with two people lying on a gray planet talking over can-phones connected by long string, against starry red background My newest blog on Psychology Today looks at long-distance relationships and how they can last for decades. It also gives a shout out to the many awesome polyamorous conventions where people can meet... Continue Reading →