Cheers Sexy People!
I am so tickled pink to share my latest podcast interview with you that I recently recorded with Nolan Lawless, Licensed Professional Counseling specializing in alternative relationships, sex, kink, polyamory, and mental health. Amazingly, I met Nolan via the online world partly because he very generously wrote a book review for my recent book, “Jealousy Survival Guide: How to feel safe, happy, and secure in an open relationship” last fall. Thanks again, Nolan for your generous review of my book (especially as a first-time author) that I greatly appreciated! It was a wonderful way for us to get acquainted becoming poly pen pals. That exchange created a wonderful new friendship, recording this podcast interview, and eventually meeting in person at the Poly Living Philadelphia conference back in my hometown! Yay! I LOVE meeting cool, fun, polyamorous people live and in person! The fact that he is a wonderful educator is also a bonus! You can catch Nolan live and in person at the upcoming PolyDallas Millennium conference this coming July 13–15, 2018!
Some topics we discuss in this interesting and educational interview:
— How is current relationship dynamic (he’s a newly-wed by the way!) came to be and how it works.
— Some details about his recent polyamory-style wedding and his custom-written wedding vows.
— How he grew up in a repressed family setting where feelings did not get talked about.
— The importance of boundaries in relationships as well as self-understanding, especially polyamorous ones.
— How he sees the difference between “jealousy” versus “envy”, as well as “needs” versus “wants”.
— One of his latest presentations entitled “Deconstructing the Poly Saint” that he co-presents with his high school classmate, Jeri Lynn Herbert.
Thank you Nolan, for being so awesomely generous with your time, for your alternative relationship and sex education work, and for sharing your wisdom and insights with us via the podcast interview! It was informative, inspirational, and so fun! Follow Nolan’s work at www.infiniteheartcounseling.com, and on Facebook @infiniteheartcounseling and LawtonPolyamory.
To hear the podcast, go to the Podcast link here and subscribe to the Loving Without Boundaries podcast, and check out Episode 79 with Nolan. Also, please help spread awareness of alternative lifestyles and create more tolerance for consensual non-monogamy in the world at large by Rating and Reviewing the Loving Without Boundaries podcast in iTunes. It only takes a few minutes.
If you would like to be interviewed either in written form or via audio on the podcast, please feel free to contact me and we will set something up. Thank you!
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1) Coup/3 Goals (Chicago, Illinois), April through June, 2018 – This workshop series is focused on the various ideals of navigating one’s personal journey in relationships, and the freedom of love and happiness created in non-traditional dynamics. Click the link above to learn more, register, and see more about other events in the series! Here is the Facebook page about the events. Stay tuned for recordings of my panel with Ruby Johnson at the first workshop!
2) Atlanta Poly Weekend (Atlanta, GA): June 1–3, 2018 – Atlanta Poly Weekend is a three day conference for polyamorous people and their supporters. It is hosted by Relationship Equality Foundation, a 501(c)(3) where I am proud to be an Outreach Representative. Atlanta Poly Weekend is a family-friendly three day conference focusing on ewww.ducation, activism, and social networking for polyamorous people and their supporters. This year’s conference will take place at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel. I applied to be a presenter and will hear by the month’s end if I am selected. Here’s to hoping that I get a chance to visit this amazing and super cool city again, and meet get to see any of you there who are attending this great event! Pre-registration is $80 per adult and $25 per child – which is super affordable. (These prices will be higher at registration)
3) Upcoming Book Release: Do you like to nerd out on relationships? Are you looking for practical tools you can use to improve communication, decrease jealousy, and increase fun? Building Open Relationships by @sexpospsych is for you! https://igg.me/at/buildopen
See you on the flip side, lovely community! Keep being brave, compassionately vulnerable, and uniquely and authentically you!
Wishing you peace, love and happiness,
(and thrilling, fun sex too!)