Navigating Open Relationships
Navigating Open Relationships: A workshop for Singles, Couples, Threesomes and More-somes
w/ Marcia Baczynski
Thursday, May 14, 7-9pm
So, you and your significant other have decided to explore non-monogamy. Now what? With the dizzying array of options available to people whove decided to go off the map, how do you and your partner(s) plot a course of your own? And what do you do when the inevitable challenges arise?
Opening up any relationship takes skill, patience and perseverance. Mistakes will be made. But why make any more than you have to?
Join relationship coach Marcia Baczynski for a two-hour workshop devoted specifically to people who are charting new territories in their relationships. In this interactive, revealing evening, you will learn:
o The most common pitfalls of open relationships and how to avoid them.
o How to find the kind of open relationship that works for you
o How to merge different poly styles so that everyone ends up happy.
o Five things that will help you survive any poly exploration.
o The secret key to turning jealousy into a blessing.
Whether you're just starting to think about non-monogamy or have been living openly for years, this lively discussion will give you tons of tools that create new and sustainable dynamics in your relationship(s).
Marcia Baczynski is a relationship coach and sex educator who is passionate about providing the world with better tools and skills for relating, and empowering people to use them. She is the Director of Relationship Programming for Ideal Balance, a lifestyle management company for busy professional and entrepreneurial women. She is also well-known for being co-creator of Cuddle Party, a workshop/social event about boundaries, communication, intimacy and touch. Started in 2004, Cuddle Party events have spread globally, with over 40 facilitators in four countries. Marcia has made appearances on the Montel Williams show, Fox News, Penn & Teller's Bullsh*t, NPR, GQ, Marie Claire and Newsweek. She splits her time between San Francisco and New York.
Center for Sex & Culture
1519 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|