Sep 102013
Paperwork Protection for Alternative Relationships

by Aimee Bouchard

Not everyone has the opportunity, or even the desire, to get married. This is especially true for those of us who may practice an alternative style of relationship. However, there are a few simple documents that can help create a legally binding tie to your partners and help protect you and your loved ones in an emergency. It is never too early to start planning for the future.

Searching for God at Christmas

 Posted by on January 6, 2013
Jan 062013
Searching for God at Christmas

Every year I tell myself the same thing: I’m not going to get caught up in the hectic schedule of visiting every single person in my extended family, or buying presents for a long list of people and all the other things that come with the Christmas holiday season. And every single year the exact […]

Prioritizing Your Partners

 Posted by on May 22, 2011
May 222011

By Micah Schneider

In the last few days, I’ve been thinking about something repeatedly. It isn’t too surprising, as the last few months have been really busy for my family. We welcomed the birth of our first child in early April…

How Do They Do It?

 Posted by on April 26, 2011
Apr 262011

By Micah Schneider

Two weeks ago, my family welcomed the newest member of our family. He’s a beautiful little boy, and we’re happy beyond belief. But I can’t keep shaking the same thought, every single day. I look at my son, and shake my head.

Mar 232011

By T.M. Bernard

It’s a sexual health conundrum for consumers of antioxidant-rich foods, drinks and facial products: What’s good for your skin may be scrambling your eggs. If babies are in your future, pay attention to the recent health news about popular ingredients in your beverages and cosmetics.

The Canadian Battle over Polygamy

 Posted by on February 5, 2011
Feb 052011

By Aimee Bouchard

Canada is in the midst of a long legal battle addressing the constitutionality of a federal law banning plural marriage. Oral evidence began in the British Columbian Supreme Court in November 2010 and is still ongoing. The main focus of this court case has been a small Fundamentalist Latter Day Saints community in Bountiful, British Columbia.

Complicated Polyamory

 Posted by on November 20, 2010
Nov 202010

By Sarah Sloane

Dear Sarah,

I am in a poly network that mostly works for me, but one of my partner’s partners and I do not get along. We have tried several ways of communicating and all of it seems to end badly. The other partner & I agreed to not have much contact, but my partner still gets caught in the middle

Priorities and Polyamory

 Posted by on October 24, 2010
Oct 242010

By Micah Schneider

Time is the one thing you can never have enough of, and time management is an essential relationship skill, particularly for poly people. There are only so many hours in the day, and after all of the stuff you have to do, figuring out how to juggle your partners and their wants and needs can be daunting.