Here are five that are going to help you to be remembered even before the two of you meet up this weekend. When it comes to a first date idea, you want to make a splash. So what are some unusual first date ideas that make an impression merely by what you’ve chosen?But that many couples underestimate the harm they can inflict on each other when they underestimate the hurt feelings that come with jealousy. ;^) Most [mono] therapists fail to allow for the fact that some people don’t experience jealousy at all, and that for those that do, it’s quite possible to learn how to use the data provided by the jealous feelings, without harming each other at all.Both agreed that the 2 couples on the show seemed to have above-average communication skills, and that’s something that is needed to make this work. The problem is not the jealousy itself–feelings are just feelings.How does that first adorable hint of jealousy snowball into full-blown insecurity and dependence?In my blog, "Why You Keep Winding Up in the Same Relationship" I explored this mystery, addressing why we often repeatedly choose similar partners and end up in the same unsatisfying or unsuccessful unions.My parents hated my husband the first time they met him.They didn’t hate him because he was a theater major and out of work actor.
Some girls will think it’s killer and some girls will think you’re inviting them out to a strip club.Drew seemed non-biased, as I was saying…and he had a female therapist with him who was similarly non-judgmental and said she had worked with many Poly couples over the years.Her message was, to put it succinctly, that Poly can work very well, in the SHORT run.Unless you’ve been overseas or under a rock, you’ve probably heard of the Showtime series that’s been running this summer about polyamory. For those of you also in this position, I’ve been told that it’s possible to view online, but I don’t know if that’s legal, so I won’t make any recommendations. 😉 For those who just want to check the reactions of the poly community to this sensation, Jessica Karels of Modern Poly has done some really good reviews of the series. Drew, and some interesting commentary about that showed up in the Poly Weekly podcast. Of course, whether polyamory and adultery are the same thing certainly depends on your point of view, and it probably goes without saying (but I’ll say it anyway) that I don’t share that point of view.I haven’t seen it yet (though a friend in So Cal has sent me some disks of the first three episodes–sweet! ;^) Someone in our local poly community (thanks, Ellen Nichols!