Tag Archives: love

Serpentine Success and Tiresome Threats of Deicide

Ten minutes after I successfully finished fixing the van, I got news that my Mom had been in a car wreck. If I had high blood pressure, the wave of feelings that overcame me at that moment almost certainly would … Continue reading

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Fading

My Dad is fading. I went to see my Dad at a senior behavioral health hospital yesterday, one day before he was to be released. He’s been in an assisted living facility for about a year at this point. He … Continue reading

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Reprogramming Love

Relating to a securely attached partner reprograms insecurely attached people’s mislearned oxytocin/love responses.

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Is Jealousy in Polyamory Caused by Too Much Individualism?

So my partner Gail brought this Salon article to my attention. The author is positing that the reason she and her two male partners don’t experience jealousy is because they’re so tightly knit. She goes on to equate a lot … Continue reading

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Probably the Best Relationship Article Ever

This article on Mindful Elephant about Soul Essence Relationships is probably the single best article on romance I’ve ever read in 20+ years of making it a core area of study. There are four major areas where more understanding can … Continue reading

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Scott Visits the Vault

I had the great pleasure of being interviewed for Episode 79 the C-Realm Vault, the for-pay portion of my favorite podcast, The C-Realm. C stands for Consciousness! I was interviewed mainly about polyamory by KMO and Olga as a follow-on … Continue reading

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How the Assumption of Monogamy Distorts Reality

This article from Jezebel, ostensibly about modern men “needing to change” in order for 20-something women to take them seriously, is a prime example of how the assumption that monogamous relationships are the only serious ones distorts our view of … Continue reading

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