Jealousy and Co-Dependency in Non-monogamy

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It sucks to feel jealous. But the emotion is both common and natural in non-monogamous relationships, especially those that start out monogamous and later "open up" to include others in some way.

In this class, we will discuss the root causes of jealousy, how to distinguish it from other negative emotions that might be confused for jealousy, and how to deal with negative emotions as they arise.

The organizers will stress an approach that works to reduce co-dependency in relationships, discourages hierarchical models, emphasizes healthy boundaries (but not rules), and urges participants to make decisions from a place of love, rather than fear.

Happy, fulfilling, and ethical non-monogamy is possible, when approached with care. The instructors, Isaac and Jordyn, will discuss their experience with over a decade of polyamorous living and relationships. No question will be to personal or invasive, so bring everything you might want to ask.

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