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Identity & Sexuality


Maintaining more than one romantic relationship requires understanding and communication.

Reviewed by Scott Nass, M.D., MPA | Family Medicine

Communication and self-examination are key to polyamorous relationships.

Nonmonogamy can be a lot to ask of a partner, but careful and considerate communication helps.

Public perception regarding polyamory, or consensual nonmonogamy, has shifted over time.

Too many people don't understand this relationship style, which leads to much misinformation.

If you find yourself wondering what else is out there in relationships, you're not the only one.

Meeting the parents looks a little different for people who have more than one partner.

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