When we lump all of non-monogamy together we make it harder to understand how each different relationship structure functions. While everyone under the umbrella of “non-monogamy” might agree that monogamy isn’t the only way, how exactly we interact with others outside the bounds of monogamy varies from person to person and relationship to relationship.
It’s kind of funny – as I write that title I’m like… uhh I can’t write this, I’m not a parent yet, duh! But then again, not being a parent, let alone a parent in a poly relationship, has not stopped a single person… Continue Reading “Poly and Parenting”
Sharing emotional responsibility was easy in a monogamous marriage. I could ask my husband to take some of the burdens if I was feeling less than peachy, and I could do the same for him. It felt like a normal part of a partnership… Continue Reading “Emotional Responsibility in Polyamory”
I noticed that I’d written two other “focusing on” titles, one for work and one for fitness. I thought I might as well round out the unintentional series with a few thoughts on finding focus in love. One of the major mental shifts in the… Continue Reading “Focusing on Love”
With Valentine’s day around the corner I wanted to put something out there: Polyamory is the belief that we can love more than one person. There’s no reason why the love you give to multiple people has to be any different than the fairy… Continue Reading “What Commitment means when you’re Polyamorous”