Redefining Our Relationships ist ein inspirierender und umfassender Ratgeber für alle, die interessiert an, neu oder schon länger in polyamourösen Beziehungen sind. Das Buch ist auf Englisch.
Redefining Our Relationships is an inspiring and comprehensive guide for those curious about, new to, or already involved in polyamorous relationships. Under a hundred pages long, it's the type of book one can easily refer back to amidst a difficult time in a relationship, or when one feels they have lost faith in the extraordinary possibilities of love. Because Wendy-O Matik does just that: reassures the reader of the unmapped transformations love can engender if we only liberate our minds and our hearts to be open to the adventure.
Put together your own version of an ideal relationship, embrace the full capacity of your heart to express love, redefine the potential of a friendship, imagine a thousand ways to make love to yourself and to anyone else you care about. Radicalize your relationship by imagining your wildest ideal partnership together. Avoid stagnancy by challenging your old familiar routine and re-inventing new levels of commitment. Face your true desires in life by asking yourself what you really want from all of your connections.
About the author:
Wendy-O Matik is a Bay area based freelance writer, published poet, and radical love activist. As an educator and spokesperson for the polyamory community, Wendy has become a revolutionary activist of the heart. Since the release of her book, she has taught over a hundred Radical Love & Relationship workshops internationally, helping to reshape the future of alternative relationship models for the 21st century. As an activist for social change, Wendy is pushing the boundaries on firmly rooted notions in mainstream society on relationships, love, gender, sexual equality, and sexual politics.
Wendy has been invited to speak frequently at universities, student groups, and progressive bookstores, including Esalen Institute, University of California, Berkeley (Female Sexuality), San Francisco State University (Human Sexuality), Evergreen State College (Olympia, WA), Mills College (Oakland, CA), and California Institute for Integral Studies (San Francisco, CA).