I understand how scary and confusing it can be to defy the heteronormative/mono-normative relationship norms. Years ago, I was in the same exact position as you are now. But with the combination of my clinical and educational expertise, along with some enlightening personal experiences, I’ve been able to navigate being in an ethical triad, and now I want to help others defy relationship conformity!
By working with me, you will be guided by a clinically-trained coach who knows first-hand the challenges of unconventional lifestyles and relationships.
I am a completely open book. You can feel safe telling me literally anything!
I am easy-going, friendly, non-judgmental, caring, compassionate, supportive, and FUN!
I have both the expertise and experience to make me the perfect coach for helping others navigate their own ENM challenges!
I offer FREE Discovery Calls via video conferencing to see if we’re a good fit!
Pro tips on Consensually Non-Monogamous Relationships
Honesty and transparency are VITAL
Be open to your partners about how you feel, as well as your boundaries, limits, and expectations. It also helps to set aside some scheduled check-ins to stay aligned with your own needs and wants, which can change over time.
Be READY for the ups and downs
ENM can be exciting and fulfilling, but like all relationships, there will be challenges. Hey, nobody said it would be easy. You need to be prepared for jealousy, insecurity, doubt, and worry - all of which are completely normal - and learn to navigate it with your partners.
Consider your partners
The trick to making ENM work is communication and empathy. When you make major decisions, talk to all your partners about it. Ask for their thoughts and feelings regularly, be understanding when their needs or wants clash with yours, and be willing to come to a compromise.
Understand that all relationships look different
While there are things you should always do in ENM, like be open and honest and never lie or coerce anyone, it’s still an agreement between you and your partners. It’s up to you to talk and figure out what you want your dynamics to look like.