Is Polyamory a Viable and Healthy Relationship Choice?

Carrie Jenkins thinks so.
“Nonmonogamy can include so many forms,” she says. “You could just be ‘monogamish’ ” — a term coined by the advice expert Dan Savage for long-term relationships in which partners allow each other to have occasional flings. “You could be swinging; you could have a ‘friend with benefits’ while looking for more-traditional romantic relationships. I sort of switched over to using the ‘polyamory’ label because this really means multiple loves. I have multiple loves.”
I have always found this topic to be fascinating. As a happily married monogamous man for the past 8 years and an ethical slut for the preceding 15, I’ve wondered

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What Image Are You Projecting? – an Interview with Kimberly Seltzer

 
Kimberly Seltzer of Elite Image Makeovers is a friend who provides a valuable service: she knows how to make you look good to the opposite sex. Kim has been helping women dress for success and find love for a long time, and today, I’m going to have her share some of her common sense wisdom. Since I never tell women how to dress, today’s podcast should be an extra special treat.
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My Boyfriend Doesn’t Earn Much Money. How Do I know if I Can Make Peace with This?

Thanks for all of your wonderful advice. I was wondering how you can tell if something is simply a flaw that you need to accept/work with or something that is a deal breaker. I want to be fair but also don’t want to wind up unhappy or resent my future husband. My boyfriend would like to get engaged and start a family.
I am 37 and he is 40. He doesn’t make much money and doesn’t have any savings because he was a bit irresponsible in the past although he is better now that I told him it bothered me. He works over 70 hours

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(Stereotype Alert!) Are Men and Women Different? It Sure Looks That Way.

Not every blog post has to explore the deep existential crisis of wanting to find lasting love in a lonely, indifferent universe. Sometimes, it just feels good to laugh. 
I saw this cartoon on Facebook and that’s what it did for me, stereotypes and all.
Maybe my wife and I are a walking cliche, but all the stuff about her taking more time to get dressed, making copious lists before packing, having a cluttered desktop, and being perpetually late TOTALLY applies to our relationship.
If you’re going to read this and claim it’s sexist because your boyfriend is always late, or is the one who hordes clothes, save it.
We know.

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Haven’t Found Your Other Half Yet? Come And Meet Us

Many people have busy lives, strange schedules, and many other different commitments every day of their lives. However, there are some jobs that are worse than others in what concerns schedules. Nurses, for example, just like most health jobs related, are prone to spend a lot of time working and the few time they have left they just need to relax their body and mind for some hours.

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Are Men and Women the Same?

 
Sure, men and women are equal, but are we the SAME? A Slate article that suggests we are the same leaves out some important information. Join me on this Love U Podcast to learn how women – because of their lack of testosterone – are not only different than men, but perhaps even better than men when it comes to relationships.
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Does Time Really Heal a Grieving Spouse’s Pain?

My boyfriend of 6 months suddenly broke up with me. He’s a widower. His wife had been gone 10 months when we started dating. I was not the first woman he dated, but this is the longest relationship he had since she died. He talked about her openly and I was very understanding that he will have love for her forever. After all, they have a child together (he is 8 years old). I let him lead, especially for the big milestones in the relationship. It was his idea for me to meet his son and his brother. He also met my sons.
A trip with

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The Lifestyle Of A Sugar Baby

A sugar baby is a young woman who is attracted to the biggest and richest of men (sugar dad) can gift her with cars, jewelry, homes and holidays so you can live a very lifestyle expensively. These young women often have wealthy businessmen who love to see with a young and beautiful in his wife-at-arms and have no difficulty establishing these young women in homes and apartments in different parts of the world unite for someone to be with when you travel. Experiential knowledge is one of the intangible benefits of being a sugar baby, but not all sugar babies enjoy it.

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How to Get Over a Breakup and Mend Your Broken Heart

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I only endorse things I’ve tried, books I’ve read, or people I know, which is one of many reasons why you don’t see my blurb on the back of too many books.
Recently, I read this article about a new app called Mend that helps women recover from breakups. Now, to be clear, I have a general bias against both apps AND breakup products. The former tend to be too slight to make much of a tangible difference in changing human behavior. The latter tend to be cynical attempts by marketers to capitalize on vulnerable women who Google “How to get your ex

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How Do You Know When It’s Time to Leave Him?

On this week’s Love U Podcast, I offer my strong (and somewhat unique) take: if your relationship is a source of negativity, it’s not serving its purpose. Join me to learn why, if you have to ask if you should leave, you probably have your answer already.
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