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I was honored to be a guest on to the Normalizing Non-Monogamy podcast and share my first experience with polyamory, as a third person entering into an existing couple’s dynamic.
I spoke about how it feels to navigate the strong emotions and fears that arise in the established couple as they sense their dynamic forever changing, as well as the importance of having strong boundaries, deep self-awareness, and consistently showing up for yourself.
“As painful as it can be to feel the sense of loss of someone who’s exploding your world, there’s no better feeling than honoring yourself and your needs and not self-abandoning to save a connection that’s really meaningful for you. I would say to anyone who’s going through a similar situation, there’s so much value in being aware of your needs and showing up for them.”~Leah Marshall, Normalizing Non-Monogamy podcast
If you’re exploring opening up and are curious to hear what it can feel like to experience a couple’s rules, hierarchy, privileges, and fears, I share candidly about all of the above and more in this episode.
ABOUT LEAH MARSHALL
Leah is a relationship junkie and the founder and leader of the Esther Perel Discussion Group on Facebook, a community of almost 12,000 members from across the globe who regularly discuss relationships, intimacy, sex, desire, and infidelity. And she’s the creator of Song Therapy, a video series which breaks down the relationship dysfunction in popular songs. You can connect more with Leah on YouTube Channel and through Song Therapy.