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Ever wonder how you actually find other Non-monogamous people? This post goes into some of the best tried and true methods to find like minded non-monogamous individuals. So whether you are looking to Swing, Date, or more, this piece has tips for where the non-monogamous gather. Click here to read on...
If you caught the last post about how to bring up non-monogamy for the first time to a partner and loved it... I have excellent news! The second in the series is now live on Medium! Creating Ground Rules in Non-Monogamy
As the term non-monogamy becomes more mainstream, (with an estimated 20% of the US population having tried some form of non-monogamy according to the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy published in 2016) the question often gets asked, how do you bring up non-monogamy to a partner, especially that first time? Whether you just want … Continue reading Guest Post – How do I bring up Non-monogamy?
One of the key tenets that I tell my clients is that you need to be in a good dating state of mind in order to meet someone new. After reading Everything is F*cked: A Book About Hope (which you can purchase by clicking on the book cover and the bonus of fueling this blog), … Continue reading Everything is #@%!ed [Book Review]
Are you ready to learn the history of love and improve your dating game or current understanding the evolution of attraction? Do you love learning through poetry or have interest in the science and neurophysiology behind your desire to cuddle? Then might I recommend picking up a copy of A Natural History of Love: Author … Continue reading A Natural History of Love (Book Review)
In any solid relationship, the key foundation is excellent communication. But there is one area that I see couples struggle with time and time again, and that is when it comes to talking about money and financial matters. The statistics around divorce rates clearly indicate that money is the number one cause, with infidelity a … Continue reading Money and Relationships [Guest Post]
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Whereby the game is simply to be noticed by any means necessary! Have you ever opened a message with "hey" or "how are you?". What about sending a funny meme online to a public forum just to get some conversation going?
Robert Greene has been my favorite author for well over 15 years and The Art of Seduction is one of the very few books that I have read front to back more than twice.