Polyamory married dating review
There’s often a paradigm shift that needs to happen when moving from a mono to a poly model, and it can have subtle and profound effects.
It can help a lot, for instance, to redefine “relationship success” away from duration monogamy, and toward things like the fulfillment and happiness of each partner overall. Is this the harbinger of an impending tidal wave of information about polyamory? How “out” are YOU willing to be about who and how many you love?
The Riverside group, a young and beautiful MFF triad, seem a little more like regular folks than the San Diego group.
The San Diego group, which consists of two young and attractive 30something couples who we meet in the midst of their decision to move in together, are clearly entrenched in the New Age camp.
at Poly In the News has some good reviews and commentary up as well (here’s the link to the Poly in the News review of the final episode.
Her message was, to put it succinctly, that Poly can work very well, in the SHORT run.
But that many couples underestimate the harm they can inflict on each other when they underestimate the hurt feelings that come with jealousy. ;^) Most [mono] therapists fail to allow for the fact that some people don’t experience jealousy at all, and that for those that do, it’s quite possible to learn how to use the data provided by the jealous feelings, without harming each other at all.
) also wrote to me to give I thought it was an excellent show – Dr.
Drew seemed non-biased, as I was saying…and he had a female therapist with him who was similarly non-judgmental and said she had worked with many Poly couples over the years.