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Join me @ noon, Eastern Time, as I discuss the Personal Codes of Ethics for Monogamy and Consensual Non-Monogamy
The term ethics refers to the rules, traditions, and laws of a given society, created to help humans co-exist within a society. There is no society that has a code of ethics that accounts for everyone and protects all individuals equally.
Most societies create codes of ethics pertaining to “proper” sex and sexuality. Historically, this has been very important to the health of a society because sex and sexuality can be such divisive subjects that they can contribute to great turmoil in society. The erotic is more openly diverse now than it has ever been.
To maintain our families, friends, sexual relationships, and peace of mind we should think about our personal code of erotic ethics. Whether you are in monogamous or consensual non-monogamous relationships, your code of ethics is a reflection of the balance between your self love and compassion for others.
Dr. Nwachi Tafari,
Director of the Consensual Non-Monogamy Community, Inc.
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in Self Help
I am talking to Devin Kent about Jealousy, Monogamy, and Consensual Non-Monogamy. This show is really about letting go of ownership and attempting to just be in a loving relationship.If you are looking for a show to bash monogamy or consensual non-monogamy, this is not the show for you. However, if you are looking for ways to talk about and understand jealousy in your particular relationship, then this IS the show for you. Join the fun.
Communication, whether in monogamous or consensual non-monogamous relationships, is one of the keys to successful love. However, when we communicate, I think many of us think “I have to articulate what I am saying more clearly.” Making our point clearer is only part of the equation.
Being open, listening, owning our emotions, and knowing are needs are key "skills" in effective communication. Improving our erotic connections takes much more than talking. Even knowing our personal histories is important when we strive to understand others and be understood ourselves.
Is the reason why he is cheating simply a biological normalcy? Is it right for humans to be in a monogamous relationship? Do we already unnofficially participate in plural relationships? Are you married with a husband who has a mistress and a girlfriend that you pretend not to know exist?
Less and less people are marrying these days and having families. We used to marry for socioeconomic status and for the need of children to help with the farm but now in our technical age we are marrying more for love. However, is that really working? But then if monogamy is not what's natural for humans then why do we have territorial tendancies such as jealousy?
Join Me Today @ Noon Eastern for this week’s show Consensual Non-Monogamy for Dummies
One of my favorite people, Devin Kent, and I talk about Consensual Non-Monogamy for dummies.
There may not be a "right" way to live a non-monogamous life; however, there sure are some "wrong" ways. Today we talk about the basics of living a non-monogamous life and how one might start living such a life.
Call in (347) 633-9786 live, follow link to chat room, or catch me in the archive. After the show, feel free to call me @ 336.662.7777 or email me at email@example.com for more information or a free 1hour coaching session. It may be the beginning to changing your life.
in Self Help
Loving someone and sharing our home, finances, and emotions without compromise is a dream for which many individuals strive and want. However, at the heart of creating family, organizations, and societies is compromise. Without compromise, there is oppression. True freedom comes when we decide we want to join with no one else or our needs are most important even if they hurt or oppress another. The balance in life and love is finding balance, and balance is a moving target.
Some believe that consensual non-monogamy is a place where compromise is not needed, but it may even be needed more. Let’s talk about compromise and love.
in Self Help
We are talking with Minister Barbara Jackson who is the founder of a non-profit organization, a transitional home for men who have been incarcerated and wanting help getting back into society and the community. The organization is in need of the support of our community as (1) of the homes were destroyed by fire in February 2015. Minister Jackson will share with us the needs of the organization.
"Upfront & Straightforward" Host Alan Roger Currie leads another one of his "Open Forum Discussion" format episodes, with this one centering on the pros and cons of men and women engaging in short-term and long-term non-monogamous sex versus short-term and long-term monogamous sex
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Lynn Wiese Sneyd 'The Book Biz Whiz' discusses the world of self-publishing fiction and non-fiction books. Lynn is a writer and author, literary expert, PR consultant and owner of LWS Literary Services where she assists authors in book publicity campaigns, agent searches, book proposal writing, and editing. Most recently, she co-authored The Horse Lover: A Cowboy’s Quest to Save the Wild Mustangs, released by the University of Nebraska Press. Watch for her article on Self-Publishing in the May issue of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine.
This interview originally aired on April 12, 2015, on Big Blend Radio's Champagne Sundays variety show, which broadcasted live from Joshua Inn Bed & Breakfast in Hollister, California.
George's friend, Becky Wooley, has written a murder mystery/clerical crime/satire called Non-Prophet Murders which is full of spiritual ideas. While making you scratch your head trying to figure out “who-dun-it”, Becky challenges you to think about the Church and your beliefs and allows you to laugh, too. How does she do it? Well, you have to listen to the podcast to find out!!
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