Originally Posted by Spock
So the point is, really, selection bias. Her livelihood is dominated by failures, not successes, and the more people involved in any endeavor, the more points of failure there is. That's how hardware works; moving parts are failing parts, and the more moving parts, the more failing parts.
That's a really good point. Healthy, happy, untroubled individuals are less likely to go see a counselor. Furthermore, poly people may be more likely to hide their lifestyle from counselors and seek support elsewhere. I wonder if this counselor HAS actually unknowingly helped poly people?