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Polyamory and Jealousy
- A More Than Two Essentials Guide (More Than Two Essentials)
- Narrated by: Joe Fulgham
- Length: 50 mins
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"How do you deal with jealousy?" It's the first question many people ask when they hear about polyamory. Tools for dealing with jealous feelings are among the most basic resources in a well-equipped polyamory toolkit. Eve Rickert and Franklin Veaux, authors of the popular polyamory book More Than Two: A Practical Guide to Ethical Polyamory, present Polyamory and Jealousy, part of the More Than Two Essentials series. The essentials take sections from More Than Two, expand on them, and present them in a practical, easy-to-use format that can be listened to in a single sitting. In this book, you will find pragmatic ways to handle feelings of jealousy when they arise. You'll learn tools for identifying jealousy, strategies for decoding what it means, and hands-on advice for dealing with it before it undermines your relationship.
If jealousy is a problem for you or someone you love, this companion to More Than Two offers a path through the wilderness.
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Just a chapter from "More Than Two"
This "book" is just the chapter on jealousy from "More Than Two". It's helpful info if you struggle with jealousy and are new to this stuff, but this chapter only scratches the surface of a topic as big as jealousy. If you're looking to dive deep in an attempt to uncover the true nature of this problematic combination of emotions I would look elsewhere.
Not to be a hater but I wasn't all that impressed with the narrator either. The guy that narrated More than 2 was fantastic, very vocally expressive and seemed to know exactly where to place emphasis or use inflection for maximum effect. By comparison this narrator isn't even in the same ballpark.
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- Anna Berryman
Good food for thought.
it just ended abruptly, seemed to asked more questions than it offers solutions to.