Polyamory with Magenta Brooks
Updated: Feb 25
Magenta Brooks is a relationship coach who specializes in polyamory and ethical non-monogamy. Magenta has given talks about consent, boundaries, communication, kink, and polyamory for over 20 years, and she has since gone on to create her own coaching practice, Polyamory Coaching with Magenta.
Magenta herself is a polyamorous, pansexual mother of two. She is passionate about healthy, clear communication and aims to help people find the relationship dynamics that authentically serve them.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
What is ethical non-monogamy?
The various forms that polyamory can take
Magenta Brooks discusses how you might discover that you’re polyamorous—and whether polyamory is for everyone
A hard truth: no relationship dynamic is safe
Magenta shares the first steps you should take if you’re interested in polyamory
“New relationship energy” and why it’s important to nurture both existing and subsequent relationships
Developing communication styles that prioritize honesty and vulnerability
What happens when one person is interested in polyamory but the other isn’t?
Magenta’s counsel for couples who want to explore polyamory after cheating
In this episode…
Depending on who you’re talking to, polyamory can be a bad word. Many people believe that entering a poly relationship is an excuse to have your cake and eat it too, a way to exert control over a significant other, or a loophole to avoid breaking up.
Magenta Brooks is here to tell you that polyamory—and more specifically, ethical non-monogamy—is none of those things. With honest communication and vulnerability, it can be a relationship dynamic that fully and authentically serves everyone involved.
In this episode of Your Secret is Safe with Me, Dr. Marie Murphy talks to Magenta Brooks, a relationship coach who specializes in polyamory, about the ins and outs of ethical non-monogamy. Together, they discuss the various alternatives to monogamy, the indications that you prefer—or are curious—about polyamory, and the crucial importance of developing honest and vulnerable communication styles. Keep listening.
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