So, maybe you’re curious about whether non-monogamy is right for you.
Maybe you have decided to open your relationship, but feel a bit isolated.
Maybe you’re unsure how to share your feelings or your decision with your friends, let alone how to meet new potential dating partners.
Maybe you’d like to be able to discuss non-monogamy and related issues without anybody making judgements – or just spend some time in a world where not making assumptions is the norm.
Maybe finding new lovers and kindred spirits feels like an insurmountable challenge.
Maybe you’ve been in an open relationship for a while, but are still finding it hard to meet and connect with like-minded new people.
Maybe it feels a bit like you’re the only person worrying about this stuff!
It’s not unusual for people to feel nervous or isolated, particularly in the early stages of finding their way in non-monogamy. But however scary it feels, don’t worry –there are many thousands of people out there in the same boat.
And they’re looking to meet people just like you…
Finding them is much, much easier than you think. Whether you’re after new friends, mutual support, a fun new community or dating partners, there are a few simple things you can do to open up a whole new world of interesting possibilities.
That said, there are some simple mistakes a lot of people make approaching open and non-monogamous communities for the first time. If you’re concerned about how to make contact and build lasting connections, I’m here to help.
I have a confession to make… in the past 6 months I have ended two long term relationships, and now find myself single. Yes, you heard right, I am the single relationship coach. Why am I telling you this? Because there are some lessons I want to share with you. If you want to be happy and to have a good relationship you need to be able to end your relationships If you feel like your relationship needs to be forever, when things go awry you will feel stuck and powerless. And feeling powerless makes you less likely to be compassionate towards the other person because you feel they have the power to make you feel better and you don’t.See more…
Does not wanting monogamy make me a bad person? July 7, 2014
“I can’t help feeling that there’s something wrong with me for not wanting monogamy” Does that sound like you? Do you feel that ultimately it must mean that you’re a terrible person? That you don’t deserve to be loved? That all your relationships are doomed because of who you are and what you want? This is one of the biggest obstacles you can face to leading satisfying relationships, whether they are open or monogamous. If you feel your needs aren’t legitimate and you can’t want what you want, you won’t engage with them and they will eat at you in the background, consuming your self-esteem and making you feel stuck. That will suck the life out of any relationship! See more…
I must be the only one… May 26, 2014
If you are starting out, you likely feel or have felt this way. You feel bad, like you are doing something wrong and that there will be nobody in the world who feels the way that you do (and, if you know they exist, you feel they must be weird and scary). Then you find that what you want has a name and that you are indeed not the only ones to feel that way. But,
You’ve watched the videos, but want to see how it can work for you. You want the support to get you there. Join me for one of my complimentary strategy sessions in which we will:
#1: Discover what wonderful relationships mean to you
#2: Find out what is you from getting there
#3: Give you clarity and motivation to course ahead
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