Myth number 2: Non-monogamy is simpler than monogamy Another idea that’s floating around out there is certainly that non-monogamous relationships have become therefore popular within our monogamy dominated culture because monogamy is this challenging thing that needs time to work, commitment and work, whereas non-monogamy is…well…easy. On the other hand, non-monogamy may be in the same way challenging as monogamy is, or even more so often times, because it presents challenges into relationships that monogamous folks don’t need to grapple with quite just as much. For example… Time Management For the one thing, it’sn’t as though non-monogamous individuals are unexpectedly awarded more of their timeRead More →