59 min

Jealousy Within Non-Monogamy with Dr. Joli Hamilton Curious Fox

    • Relationships

How does jealousy show up in non-monogamous relationships? What are some key factors that might challenge and even change our attitude towards jealousy? How can we embrace, process and learn from our jealousy?

In this episode, Effy and Jacqueline are joined by Dr. Joli Hamilton to talk about her research on jealousy specifically with non-monogamous relationships in mind. Dr. Hamilton sums up her research with a quote from Maya Angelou, “Jealousy in romance is like salt in food. A little can enhance the savor, but too much can spoil the pleasure and, under certain circumstances, can be life-threatening.”

To learn more about Dr. Joli Hamilton
Dr. Joli Hamilton is the relationship coach for couples who color outside the lines. She is a research psychologist, TEDx speaker, best-selling author, and AASECT (pronounced ay-sect) certified sex educator. Joli also co-hosts the Playing with Fire podcast with her anchor partner, Ken. Joli’s been featured in The New York Times, Vogue, NPR, and The Atlantic. 
She’s spent the past two decades studying and reimagining what love can be if we open our imaginations to possibility. Joli helps people create non-monogamous partnerships that are custom-built for their authentic selves, no more shrinking, pretending, or hiding required
Instagram: @drjoli_hamilton
TikTok: @drjoli_hamilton
YouTube: @drjoli_hamilton
LinkedIn: joli-hamilton-phd
Want the 5-step jealousy framework from Joli's research? Grab your e-book here: http://www.ListenToJoli.com
www.JoliQuiz.com is a great way to check in with how ready you are to explore opening up a previously closed relationship 
Support the showConnect with us on IG and more:
Curious Fox @wearecuriousfoxes
Effy Blue @coacheffyblue
Jacqueline Misla @jacquelinemisla
Email us: listening@wearecuriousfoxes.com
Leave us a voicemail: 646-450-9079
Join the conversation: fb.com/WeAreCuriousFoxes

How does jealousy show up in non-monogamous relationships? What are some key factors that might challenge and even change our attitude towards jealousy? How can we embrace, process and learn from our jealousy?

In this episode, Effy and Jacqueline are joined by Dr. Joli Hamilton to talk about her research on jealousy specifically with non-monogamous relationships in mind. Dr. Hamilton sums up her research with a quote from Maya Angelou, “Jealousy in romance is like salt in food. A little can enhance the savor, but too much can spoil the pleasure and, under certain circumstances, can be life-threatening.”

To learn more about Dr. Joli Hamilton
Dr. Joli Hamilton is the relationship coach for couples who color outside the lines. She is a research psychologist, TEDx speaker, best-selling author, and AASECT (pronounced ay-sect) certified sex educator. Joli also co-hosts the Playing with Fire podcast with her anchor partner, Ken. Joli’s been featured in The New York Times, Vogue, NPR, and The Atlantic. 
She’s spent the past two decades studying and reimagining what love can be if we open our imaginations to possibility. Joli helps people create non-monogamous partnerships that are custom-built for their authentic selves, no more shrinking, pretending, or hiding required
Instagram: @drjoli_hamilton
TikTok: @drjoli_hamilton
YouTube: @drjoli_hamilton
LinkedIn: joli-hamilton-phd
Want the 5-step jealousy framework from Joli's research? Grab your e-book here: http://www.ListenToJoli.com
www.JoliQuiz.com is a great way to check in with how ready you are to explore opening up a previously closed relationship 
Support the showConnect with us on IG and more:
Curious Fox @wearecuriousfoxes
Effy Blue @coacheffyblue
Jacqueline Misla @jacquelinemisla
Email us: listening@wearecuriousfoxes.com
Leave us a voicemail: 646-450-9079
Join the conversation: fb.com/WeAreCuriousFoxes

59 min