Have a healthy and happy polyamorous relationship and make your own rules! During the long and eventful human history, one thing was a constant, up until the 20th century - polyamory or non-monogamy. Ancient civilizations and middle Ages dynasties considered having more than one partner completely normal and acceptable. Monogamy is even very rare in the animal kingdom; so many scientists claim that being monogamous is not natural for humans. When you think about the fact, that polyamory has been a part of human culture for millenniums, and monogamy only for decades, it turns out that monogamous relationships are the unconventional ones! More and more couples decide to break free of the conservative conventions and try having healthy open marriages or relationships. But how can you have multiple sexual or romantic partners without issues such as jealousy, insecurity, and the society judging you? This audiobook will answer that question, and show you that you can have happy, fulfilling relationships with multiple partners! Heres what the audiobook discusses: The process of transition from monogamous to a polyamorous relationship The difference between polyamory and infidelity How to avoid destructive feelings of jealousy and possessiveness The many reasons polyamory works, and how you can use it to save your marriage or relationship How to communicate effectively with your partner, and free yourself from imposed and false moral values Methods to protect your health, both physical and mental when having multiple partners And so much more! The important thing to remember is that polyamory is not immoral and bad. Society shapes our opinions and values, but not everyone can be happy living by those rules. Just because someone says its the right thing to do, doesnt mean its the right thing for you. Monogamy is perfectly normal, but so is polyamory. Make your own rules, break the conservative mold and do whatever makes you happy! Life is too short for settling down and compromising!
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