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#125: DADT, Metamour Hate, and Quality Time

How do you deal with jealousy in a new relationship? How do you make Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (DADT) work? What do you do when your partner hates your other partner? In today’s episode, we answer these questions and more.

Questions in this episoded

  • How do I find people who are looking for long-term relationships without cohabitation?
  • How do you deal with jealousy in a new relationship?
  • How do you make Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (DADT) work?
  • How do we start exploring non-monogamy?
  • Is it possible to be ethically and consensually non-monogamous without having commitments?
  • What do you do when your partner hates your other partner?
  • How can I get more quality time?

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