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Polyammering Podcast Episode 07: Seren on navigating mental illness and polyamory

Seren (they/them) is bi-gendered and bisexual and lives in the Philadelphia area. Seren’s someone I met through the polyamory facebook groups a few years ago. They’ve made so much progress in that time in understanding how to navigate polyamory with mental illness, since being diagnosed with Bipolar 2, Borderline Personality Disorder, and PTSD. Seren has… Continue reading Polyammering Podcast Episode 07: Seren on navigating mental illness and polyamory

Ethical Nonmonogamy | Polyamory

Are you punishing your partner for disappointing you, and is it worth it when it works to get you what you want?

How's Lady Macbeth going to handle it when this tactic turns her into the villain?

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Polyammering Podcast Episode 06: Sarah the Solo Poly Sweetheart

Sarah Underwood is a theatre professional in New York City who identifies as bisexual and polyamorous.  She transitioned into polyamory about four years ago while still with her monogamous partner, whom she’d met at 19 years old.  Now in her 30s, Sarah’s relationship landscape looks very different than how it did back then.  Enjoy episode… Continue reading Polyammering Podcast Episode 06: Sarah the Solo Poly Sweetheart

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Polyammering Podcast: Episode 05 – E.L. the Expat

E.L. Byrne is a freelance writer/blogger who has spent the past four years living abroad. This polyamorous expat was first introduced to the concepts behind polyamory while on a tinder date in Germany two years ago, and is now living and dating in Columbia while maintaining two long distance relationships and writing her memoir.

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Polyammering Podcast: Episode 03 – Kara the Mama

Kara (she/her) and her husband have been together 15 years and have a 9 year-old daughter. How did they approach opening up their marriage 4.5 years ago, and what's changed since then?

Ethical Nonmonogamy | Polyamory, Love & Relationships

The other side of the comparison trap

We've been socialized since birth to view everything in terms of "which is better, which is worse" and it's really difficult to unlearn that habit.