Dr. Eli’s newest blog on Psych Today explains why Zoomers and Millennials might use CNM to adapt to their shifting world.
In “Polyamory, Consensual Non-Monogamy, or AltSex?”— my newest blog on Psychology Today — I explore the possible words for people in multiple openly conducted romantic relationships. Image is of the phrase “Words Have Power” written in white chalk on a blackboard surrounded by gray stone.
My most recent post on Psychology Today is the first in a series on children in polyamorous families and focuses on their age-dependent experiences and three reasons these kids seem to be in such good shape. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201704/children-in-polyamorous-families-part-1
In my most recent blog on Psychology Today, I explore four types of commitment in polyamorous relationships. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201610/four-types-commitment-in-polyamorous-relationships?#_=_
In my most recent Psychology Today blog I explore the possibility that polyamory may be a sexual orientation from legal and individual perspectives. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201610/is-polyamory-form-sexual-orientation
Are polyamorous relationships sexist? New Psychology Today blog answers that question https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201606/are-polyamorous-relationships-sexist
In my most recent Psychology Today blog I explore the household division of labor in polyamorous families https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201604/who-does-the-chores
My most recent blog on Psychology Today, Polyamory Advocacy, takes a look at the activists and organizations that speak out on behalf of polyamory. You can find it at https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201603/polyamory-advocacy
In my newest Psychology Today blog I complete my series on therapeutic bias. The first blog examined the incidence, sources, and impacts of therapeutic bias against polyamorists and others in consensually non-monogamous relationships, and this second blog provides three ways to combat bias and the resources to follow through. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201603/3-ways-combat-therapeutic-bias-against-polyamory
In my first in a pair of blogs about jealousy I looked at jealousy in polyamorous and monogamous relationships. The second blog details five strategies useful for managing jealousy. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201602/five-strategies-manage-jealousy