Dear sister, Thank you. Thank you for opening your heart and opening your body for my beloved. Thank you for being vulnerable with him. Thank you for sharing precious moments and organic bliss with him. Thank you for enriching his life. You can give him things I never can; for the simple reason that you are not me.
There is an overlap between kinksters and polyamous individuals. There are similarities among the people who participate in kinky sex and/or polyamory, including their personal attributes like race and education, as well as their shared social attributes that appear on both a personal and community level.
I have predominantly used the umbrella term nonmonogamy when talking about people with multiple partners, but as we saw in Chapter Four, people who are non monogamous can be quite varied in the ways they practice having multiple partners.
The following content is an excerpt from JESSICA FERN’S book – Polysecure: Attachment, Trauma and Consensual Non-monogamy. Jessica is a trusted friend and contributor to the Leveled Up Love
How the CE Test Can Help You Check Your “Poly Pulse” The simplest definition of being polyamorous is the ability to be attracted to, desiring,
Being that jealousy is often the first topic that comes up when one mentions polyamory and open relating, clearly, there’s a lot to explore there.
It’s easy to find articles about the different strategies to follow if you want to do well in polyamorous relationships and overcome issues like jealousy and possessiveness.
When you first decide to make the brave leap from a lifetime of monogamous relationships to the world of consensual non-monogamy (also known as CNM),