- How to get on the same page in how you describe your relationship
- What you both mean by words like “boyfriends,” "partner," “taken,” “committed” or “exclusive” (you'd be surprised how different these can be! and how damaging misunderstandings can be)
- A better way to strengthen your relationship and get on the same page, while leaving room for exploration in the future
- How to align your interests and values so that everyone feels safe and excited in the relationship
- The three lists you and your boyfriend need to make to avoid arguments about commitment or cheating in the future
- Disagreement does not need to be mean the end of a relationship
- A simple, low-pressure way to ask for what you want while also loving and respecting your partner
- The first thing to do if your partner wants an open relationship so that you don’t sacrifice your feelings, values, or needs
This is where every couple should start
✅ Before opening up or talking about polyamory
✅ If you want to improve your already-open relationship
✅ Or even if you want to stay monogamous
When you define the details of your commitment, you draw closer to one another and build a dynamic that supports your unique relationship.
Whether you decide on monogamy, polyamory, an open relationship, or to define your relationship on your own terms, this guide will give you more clarity, commitment, security, passion, and excitement with one another.
When you and your partner are on the same page, anything is possible.
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