Lola Phoenix
Jul 12 · 1 min read

Your best friend’s monogamous and your relationship is close — should you ruin it to try polyamory with them? Especially if you’re used to solo polyamory? That’s what’s on this week’s episode of Non-Monogamy Help. Listen below or on Libsyn.

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Non-monogamy Help

Advice for people in non-monogamous relationships written by Lola Phoenix with consult from a 10 year experienced therapist. Submit your question to nonmonogamyhelp@gmail.com.

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Lola is a non-binary (pronoun: they) queer future best selling sci-fi/fantasy novelist. All writing projects: http://about.me/lolaphoenix

Non-monogamy Help

Advice for people in non-monogamous relationships written by Lola Phoenix with consult from a 10 year experienced therapist. Submit your question to nonmonogamyhelp@gmail.com.

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