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Old 05-25-2013, 07:13 PM
Muri91 Muri91 is offline
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Default Polyamorous Parenting Strategies: Survey Enclosed

Hello all!

I don't want to pry, but I am doing a research paper for my class on polyamorous families with children and parenting techniques, and their benefit to monogamous/"conventional" families and parents. I just wanted to know if you had any strategies you employ in parenting, whether for dealing with:

~stigma felt by children and adults
~partners with whom children may have bonded leaving the family
~communication
~conflict resolution with children
~coming out to children
~sexual education

I feel that a lot of the ways in which polyamorous parents implement communication skills they have learned in relating to each other and the world in general can related to both queer and non-queer monogamous parents, and that interaction between the two (whenever possible) can be helpful. So if you could share, that would be absolutely amazing!

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Last edited by Muri91; 05-26-2013 at 12:07 AM.
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