What’s the difference between non-monogamy and polyamory? How do you know if you should try non-monogamy? Is cheating different than unethical non-monogamy? And what the heck is WORKING in these relationships?
Hear it all on this episode of the Queer Joy Podcast; where two relationship therapists explore what it looks like to see joy in queer relationships.
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Melisa: How do you plan together? How do you make, you know, your agreements? How all of that, how do you check ins? There's the logistics? But then there's the self work. Like we can't avoid that. We can't, especially if we have attachment wounding, which most of us do, you know, on some level. And there are things that are going to come up and for me anyway, it's, it's impossible to be non-monogamous and. You do it like, well, maybe it's impossible for me to feel like a healthy non-monogamous person and not doing, be doing my own self work. Hi, everyone. Welcome back to queer relationships. Queer joy. I'm one of your hosts, Melissa. DeSegiurant. Keely: Hey, and I'm Keeley C. Helmick welcome everyone. Melisa: Glad to have you. We're not going to forget introductions today. No, not like we did last time. Where, what at the ending? Like the last five minutes? We're like, oh, Hey, by the way, that's what we get for me starting. I think you're just really good Keely, at knowing all the little components and I'm like, Keely: My virgo brain! , like, I always think in little chunks and think Melisa: ahead, is that what was happening. I was taking a Leo spotlight moment and then like forgot all of the things that we do on podcast.