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Designer Relationships:

Oct 27 2015
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- A Guide to Happy Monogamy, Positive Polyamory, and Optimistic Open Relationships

Contemporary relationships are in a state of rapid evolution. These changes can and should empower people with the opportunity to develop partnerships based on their own sexualities, understandings, and agreements. This makes it possible to create what Kenneth Haslam, founder of the Kinsey Institute’s Polyamory Archive, has called “designer relationships.”

Designer relationships may encompass: people who bond emotionally but not sexually; people who agree to be non-exclusive; single people who have occasional lovers or friends with benefits; couples who consciously choose to be monogamous; multiple partner configurations where long-term bonds exist among all or some; partnerships in which people are kinky and that make room to explore kink.

The possibilities are limitless, and thinking about a partnership as something people can craft allows for flexibility and change. Relationships can open and close or have varying degrees and kinds of openness as circumstances demand. In the context of a designer relationship, decisions are made mutually, consciously, and deliberately.

Designer Relationships will show you how to create the relationship that works for you, based on:

· Free and enthusiastic choice.

· Mutuality in defining the relationship and its structure.

· Permission to consider all forms of relating.

· Dedication to maintaining radical regard your partner(s).

· Transparency about sexual history.

Best-selling authors and nationally known relationship experts Patricia Johnson and Mark A. Michaels are exemplars of this life choice. This book explains exactly how you and your loved ones can design your own life and love.

Additional Info

  • Category: Non Fiction
  • First Published: 2015
  • Author: Mark A. Michaels
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