A happy coaching client gave me some positive feedback 🙂
The second blog in a series looks at the history of swinging, group marriage,
Eve Upton-Clark at I-D Magazine has interviewed me a couple of times, most recently for her newest piece on solo-polyamory. You can read it here https://i-d.vice.com/en_uk/article/epxaxn/solo-polyamory
My second Psychology Today blog in a series about coming out to kids as polyamorous includes tips on how to talk to children and what to say. #polyamory #families #children #comingout
Polyamory day is November 23
The hosts of Our Better Half interviewed Dr. Eli about aging in polyamorous relationships and the Bonding Project
We are still accepting submissions for this books series on diverse gender, sexuality, and relationships!
Image: Color photo of three people who appear female, wearing backpacks and standing together outside on grassy hill with arms around each other. My colleague Dr. Justin Mogilski has collected a team of experts (including me, Dr. Eli) to study how people in polyamorous and other consensually nonmonogamous relationship mantain their multiple-partner relationships. So far …
In my newest blog on Psychology Today I explore the Open Photo Project, a photo collection from Erika Kapin. Check it out at https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/202104/scenes-mundane-polyamorous-life.
If you are uninspired by gifting yet another pair of socks to your sex-positive loved one, then you have come to the right place! Presented here alphabetically are ten non-profit organizations that support causes near and dear to many polyamorists’ hearts. While not all of them are specifically related to consensual nonmonogamy (CNM), every one of …