This blog on Psychology Today explores the benefits of sharing carework in polyamorous families.
In my newest blog on Psychology Today I explore the ways in which some people cultivate personal growth through consensually non-monogamous relationships.
Hey there Bay Area folks — two dates of the Practical NonMonogamy tour coming up in your area!!!! On June 3 at Palo Alto University in Santa Clara Dr. Eli presents Resilience in Polyamorous families for 2.5 CEs through the American Psychological Association, get tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/resilience-in-polyamorous-families-tickets-43536777674 June 5 Dr. Eli will be at Pure …
Roy Waidler, previously with Outlands Community, has recently begun posting their most popular interviews on Academia.edu You can find the one he did with me here. Click to access Ten_Questions_for_Dr._Eli_Sheff.pdf
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
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 have posted two new entries on my Psychology Today blog, Fear of Damage to Kids in Poly Families and Resilience in Polyamorous Families