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More Than Two Peas in a Pod: Polyamorous & Open Relationships
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Are you asking yourself any of these questions about polyamory or considering opening up your relationship?
Is polyamory for me?
What do I do when/if I feel jealous?
What are the pros and cons for doing and not doing polyamory?
What is polyamory? What is not polyamory?
Are some folks just not wired to do poly?
What is ethical polyamory?
What does it mean to "make a contract?" Pros and cons.
What are healthy boundaries?
What and how much communication is necessary?
If I am starting to date someone, when should I ask them if they are poly or tell them that I am (or am not)?
What if one person in a relationship wants to "open up" the relationship and the other does not?
How do I practice self-care when being in a poly relationship?
What books and online resources are out there?
What are the biggest problems that folks in poly relationships bump up against?
- join this workshop to learn from and share with others about the many layers to doing healthy and ethical polyamory.
- Learn tips and observations from a therapist who has worked with dozens of folks who are in poly and open relationships, diads, triads, quads, and other creative relationship configurations.
- Review worksheets that will help you identify your reasons for doing poly and not doing poly and your concerns and needs around healthy polyamory and open relationships.
Open to: Adults who are single or currently in a monogomous relationship and are considering the pros and cons of doing polyamory or open relationships OR for adults who are currently in open or poly relationships and wanting to improve their communication, boundaries, and address current or possible tensions.
This workshop is intended as a safe, affirming, sex-positive, non-judgmental, and accepting space for all Lgbtqp2siaa gender, sexual, and romantic forms of expression, consenting adult activities, and relationships. It is also meant for people who have an understanding of systematic, political and cultural oppression, are aware of their own layers of privilege, and have a social justice consciousness and progressive sensibility.
People who can join with these intentions are welcome to register and participate.
*LGBTQIP2SA: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Pansexual, Two-Spirit, Asexual and Allies
This workshop will incorporate group discussion, lecture, and (optional) personal sharing. Folders with hand-outs, worksheets and a bibliography, as well as healthy snacks, water, tea and coffee, will be provided.
Space is limited. I intentionally keep the numbers low to optimize learning and interacting. You must be registered at this Eventbrite site to attend. After you have successfully registered you will receive a confirmation email.
Fee: $50/person. 50% down to reserve spot.
(1) To reserve your spot, make your full payment at this Eventbrite site. (Their fees will be added to your payment.) OR pay 50% now and the remaining balance at the door.
(2) If you can not pay the full amount or make the deposit now, email Irene to discuss your payment options. firstname.lastname@example.org
Because space is limited, only folks who have pre-registered will be able to attend.
Refund Policy: Cancellations before 3/17 will be fully refunded. Cancellations after 3/17 will not be refunded.
Facilitated by: Irene Greene, MSED Irene Greene MSED Irene has 29+ years as a therapist, life and relationship coach, and educator in private practice in Minneapolis. The majority of her clients identify as LGBTQ+ and/or poly or kinky. She is the Chair of the MN LGBTQ Therapists Network. Email: email@example.com. www.irenegreene.com
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