Here are 10 skills that will clarify your visions and bring you closer to your life goals.
Verified by Psychology Today
I think it makes sense that people value their relationships above other people's relationships, like you said I know my sweat equity, I don't know theirs.
There is definite issue in that people who are married are socially treated better than people who are dating, but I know many people who have been partnered with the same person longer than I have been married. I would never say that their relationship contains less-sweat equity than a marriage of the same tenure. There is a big difference in saying that married couples have Privilege over unmarried couples, and saying that couples have substantive Privilege over single people.
Five ways that people in polyamorous relationships can be seriously screwed
A new ensemble of Black poly leaders are rising in the United States.
Why some folks need poly-knowledgeable professionals, and 5 places to find them.
Get the help you need from a therapist near you–a FREE service from Psychology Today.