Resilience in Polyamorous Families

  Family resilience is important for ongoing connections, and in the third blog in a series on resilience in polyamorous families I explore how polys maintain resilience through graceful endings and extended connections among adults, and how those skills could be useful for divorced people in monogamous relationships. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-polyamorists-next-door/201512/graceful-endings-and-expanded-connections-resilience-part-3

Client Testimonial for Relationship Consultation

I recently received this testimonial from some clients who had booked a relationship consultation, and was thrilled to hear what they said. It is posted here with their permission. ***************************** We were in various forms of a polyamorous relationship for over a decade before we decided to formally divorce.  "Divorce" felt like a misnomer for our intentions and... Continue Reading →

How Do I Date Expert Column

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.

Wide Open by Gracie X out now!

Wide Open reveals how one woman blended love, sex and marriage in unconventional ways and found the fulfillment she was looking for. View this email in your browser At a time when society no longer imposes many sexual taboos, why is open marriage still considered beyond the pale? Written by Gracie X, Wide Open is... Continue Reading →

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