Wed, Apr 22 | Integrative Empowerment Group

Polyamory, Jealousy, and Attachment

AKA: How to be Polyamorous/Non Monogamous When My Nervous System is Terrified!?
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Polyamory, Jealousy, and Attachment

Time & Location

Apr 22, 2020, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Integrative Empowerment Group, 122 S Main St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, USA

About The Event

Some think that if people experience jealousy then they must not "really" be able to handle a non-monogamous relationship. Some folx pedastal feelings of compersion (happiness about our lovers other relationships) as the "ultimate" way to feel about one's lover having other lovers. Why is it easier for some to feel compersion while others struggle with intense jealous feelings? For the record, we believe that jealous feelings are normal and natural. We are interested in understanding how trauma and attachment style impact our ability to self-soothe and regulate when jealous feelings arise.

Join Susie Hamilton and Joy Saniyah in a discussion about how our nervous systems respond to trauma and how polyamory/non-monoagamy can trigger a trauma response. We will discuss attachment styles and implications for non-monogamous relationships. We will also share strategies for coping and regulating through activation of the parasympathetic nervous system. 

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