Conversations with Dr. Joli Hamilton about Creative Monogamy
Today’s episode is part of our Conversations series. I am just one voice in this relationship diversity movement. And it’s important to bring more unique perspectives into the conversation. Today, I will be talking with Dr. Joli Hamilton all about creative monogamy - what it is and how to explore it in a conscious and intentional way. We talk about how embracing the process of this exploration can bring you the immense freedom to imagine the limitless potential of your most fulfilling relationship experiences.
A little about her:
Dr. Joli Hamilton is the relationship coach for couples who color outside the lines. She is a research psychologist, TEDx speaker, best-selling author, and AASECT (pronounced ay-sect) certified sex educator. Joli also co-hosts the Playing with Fire podcast with her anchor partner, Ken. Joli’s been featured in The New York Times, NPR, and Vogue.
She’s spent the past two decades studying and reimagining what love can be if we open our imaginations to possibility. Joli helps people create non-monogamous partnerships that are custom-built for their authentic selves, no more shrinking, pretending, or hiding required.
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