What is Ethical Non-Monogamy?

This week, we're dropping an episode from another great podcast here on Quick and Dirty Tips—The Savvy Psychologist. 

Rachel Vanderbilt, PhD
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Hello listeners! I'm on maternity leave, but this week I wanted to share with you an episode from another great Quick and Dirty Tips podcast: the Savvy Psychologist.

Savvy Psychologist is your weekly window into the world of psychology and how it can help you meet life's challenges. Host Dr. Monica Johnson is a licensed psychologist ready to tackle any subject, from how to cope when we're feeling to deciding if being a parent is right for you.

This week, I'm sharing an episode from last fall about ethical non-monogamy. It's a fascinating episode that explores whether monogamy makes sense for everybody, and how to explore non-monogamy in an ethical way with your partners.

If you enjoy the episode, you can find the Savvy Psychologist podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you're listening to Relationship Doctor.

All content here is for informational purposes only. This content does not replace the professional judgment of your own mental health provider. Please consult a licensed mental health professional for all individual questions and issues.

About the Author

Rachel Vanderbilt, PhD

Dr. Rachel Vanderbilt is the host of the Relationship Doctor podcast. She is a relationship scientist whose research examines how we communicate in our romantic relationships. Specifically, she studies how we communicate in our romantic relationships as we age and our relationships mature, particularly during conflicts that are difficult to resolve. She believes that we can all benefit from evidence-based recommendations about how to have healthy and happy relationships.

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