My newest blog on Psychology Today looks at resilience among poly family members and explains how polyaffectivity helps poly families stay in contact over long periods of time. You can find it at https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201511/resilient-family-outcomes-through-polyaffectivity
I am blogging for How Do I Date and I love the comic they chose for this new blog on how to be open about being in an open relationship. Check it out at http://howdoidate.com/relationships/how-to-open-up-about-being-in-an-open-relationship/
The website How Do I Date has invited me to blog for them as well. You can check out my profile at http://howdoidate.com/team/elisabeth-a-sheff-ph-d/ They have lots of great experts giving a wide range of advice, so check out How Do I Date today.
This first year of the Sex Down South conference was FANTASTIC!!!!!! Tons of fun, lots of new ideas, great people to chat with, and so many amazing sessions it was difficult to choose what amazing thing I got to learn next. Lucky for us, the organizers plan to do it again next October so start... Continue Reading →
I have posted two new entries on my Psychology Today blog, Fear of Damage to Kids in Poly Families and Resilience in Polyamorous Families
After fixing some spacing issues, the editors at Psychology Today have approved the post and the link is active again. You can find Part 2 of Why I am not Polyamorous But You Might Want to Be at its reactivated link http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201406/why-i-am-not-polyamorous-you-might-want-be-part-2
Interview with Adina Nack at Girl With PenAdina Nack at Girl with Pen interviewed me recently about my new book.