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1. Polyamory and 'friends with benefits': the tale of a powerful woman 2. An impossible love: making difficult choices 3. It was only for the sex: when cheating no longer works 4. A secret relationship: dealing with the power of love 5. Love at work: colleagues or more? 6. Making space for bisexuality 7. Opening up an existing relationship 8. Swinging: bringing new passion safely into a relationship 9.The mono/poly couple: converting challenges to opportunities 10. Managing a complementary relationship 11. Clashing paradigms: when values collide 12. Expanding your commitment: when two become three References for further exploration
Leonie Linssen is a Dutch polyamorous and bisexual coach, counselor and trainer, has had an open relationship for the past nine years and is open about her lifestyle. Her personal experiences have led to her choice to become a relationship coach, with an expertise in alternative types of relationships. Stephan Wik is a Taoist author and practitioner and is the co-director of The Wuji Centre in Belgium. He has extensive experience of learning to work consciously with intimate relationship and, together with his wife of over thirty years, gives trainings in Taoist Intimate Relationship skills. They have been exploring various forms of expanding their relationship for many years.
Review "What's not to like? An excellent 'Taoist Sex 101' for wary beginners; recommended for all public libraries." -Library Journal "A beautiful example of how to personalize the information and methods carried forward from past Taoist teachings with meaningful clarification from today's knowledge." -Mantak Chia, Taoist master, author, The Multi-Orgasmic Couple "Friendly in outlook, charming in tone, illustrated appropriately, and works very gently and patiently with areas that are often fraught with tension and 'dirtiness' in our culture." -Livia Kohn, professor, Boston University "Highly recommended for anyone who wants to understand real-world polyamory or simply to learn relationship skills for a happier marriage this book needs to be in the hands of therapists." -Polyamory in the News blog