How do you find folks for a foursome without coming out to your friends? What’s the secret signal you can use in public to let others know your poly? Should you be worried if your labia are still massively swollen a month after your needle scene? Are you a shitty submissive, or does your dominant just suck? On today’s episode, we answer these questions and more.
On this episode, we’re going to discuss the concept of protecting your relationships and show you how adopting this mindset is the best way to ensure that ALL your relationships are happy and healthy, no matter what their structure.
How can you encourage your wife to get freaky with her boyfriend when you’re out of town? What are some tips for navigating jealously? Where does a dragon find a couple? Should you tell your prospective employer that you’re poly? On this episode, we answer these questions and more.
The new year is upon us. Take a moment and picture what a perfect relationship with your partner(s) would look like this year. It might be having amazing experiences together, enjoying quality time with each other, getting your all your needs met, or even just having peace in your polycule. Then ask yourself: how does your relationship in 2018 compare to that vision? If there’s a gap between what you want your relationships to look like and the reality of what they’ve been, you need to make some changes. If you want better relationships in 2019, there are 6 things you MUST commit to doing differently. In this episode, we’re going to walk you through these six commitments and give you some tips on how to stick with them instead of giving up by mid-February.
It’s Christmas Eve, and we’re bringing you another Q and A episode. Today’s questions include: how to juggle holiday schedules when you’re poly, dealing with jealousy in a triad, what to do when someone body-shames you at a kink event, managing sickness in you polycule, whether submission is a product of nature or nurture, and more.
Every day we speak with folks who are facing challenges in their polyamorous relationships. Some know they need help, but decide to put it off till later. This has been a heartbreaking week for us; we conducted our end-of-year check-ins only to discover that the vast majority of the people who needed help but decided to wait are now broken up. On today’s episode, we discuss why it can be hard to seek help, three reasons folks tend to ignore problems in their relationships until it’s too late, warning signs that you need help NOW, and where you can go to get it.