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One of the most challenging things for people in polyamorous relationships is finding a balance in their life between relationships and responsibilities. This can be especially challenging for those who have children, demanding careers and/or are activists working toward awareness and tolerance. I often get the question how do you have time for everything? And I find myself asking that question tonight.
Many poly folks find themselves with all of the above challenges and can end up burning out in exhaustion. ...Continue Reading →
As we work to raise funds to keep Loving More going I thought about how Loving More as an organization has touched my life and I wanted to share it. I hope this inspires you to share your experiences. ~~ Robyn Trask
For many of us in the poly community the road to multi-partnered loving is a complicated obstacle course of emotions and evolving awareness. Loving More to me was a port in ...Continue Reading →
It has never been obvious to me that there is anything intrinsically harmful to children in their parents living polyamorously. I myself was raised by a mother who, though she never heard the word “polyamory”, believed that loving more than one person at a time was both possible and positive. I don’t claim that my raising was flawless . . . ...Continue Reading →
When I’m asked about polyamory, oftentimes the questions are “What about the kids?” or “Isn’t this confusing to children?” or “Isn’t polyamory harmful to children?” The last one, of course, is more of an accusation than a question. I am a parent, I love my three kids deeply, and I honestly have asked myself some of these ...Continue Reading →